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BIBLIOGRAPHY 24 



BIBLIOGRAPHY 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



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Charles A. Flagg B.A. (Bowdoin) B.L.S. (N. Y.) 



Judson T. Jennings 
Ne-w Yorfc State Library School 

Class of 1897 



PAGE 

Contents (in detail) 289 

Preface 29' 

Abbreviations.. 293 

Works analyzed 294 

Bibliographies consulted 297 

Matter relating to manuscripts 300 

General history of New York state.. 304 
General colonial history 

Dutch period 1609-64 321 

English period, 1664-1776. 341 

Special" topics 378 



PAGE 

Local colonial history. 

New York city and vicinity 406 

Hudson river counties 465 

Mohawk valley 497 

Northern New York 507 

Central New York 510 

Southern central New York 512 

Western New York..., 513 

Lake Erie and Niagara 514 

Index S'^ 



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RECENTS 
With years of election 

1874 Anson Judd Upson L.H.D. D.D. LL.D. 

Chancellor, Glens Falls 

1892 William Croswell Doane D.D. LL.D. 

Vice- Chancellor, Albany 
1873 Martin I. Townsend M.A. LL.D. - - TrOy 

1877 Chauncey M. Depew LL.D. _ _ _ _ New York 
1877 Charles E. Fitch LL.B. M.A. L.H.D. - Rochester 

1877 Orris H. Warren D.D. _ _ _ _ - Syracuse 

1878 Whitelaw Reid LL.D. _ _ _ _ New York 
1881 William H. Wats6n M.A. M.D. _ _ _ Utica 

188 1 Henry E. Turner _____ Lowville 
1883 St Clair McKelway M.A. LL.D. L.H.D. D.C.L. Brooklyn 

1885 Daniel Beach Ph.D. LL.D. - - - - Watkins 

1888 Carroll E. Smith LL.D. _ _ _ _ Syracuse 

rSgo Pliny T. Sexton LL.D. - - _ _ - Palmyra 

1890 T.' Guilford Smith M.A. C.E. LL.D. - - Buffalo 

1893 Lewis A. Stimson B.A. LL.D. M.D. _ _ _ New York 
1895 Albert Vander Veer Ph.D. M.D. - - , Albany 
1895 Charles R. Skinner M.A. LL.D. 

Superintendent of Public Instructibn, ex officio 
1897 Chester S. Lorij M.A. LL.D. _ _ _ Brooklyn 

1897 Timothy L. Woodruff M.A. Lieutenant-Governor, ex officio 

1899 John T. McDonough LL.B. LL.D. Secretary of State, ex officio 

1900 Thomas A. Hendrick M.A. LL.D. _ -- _ Rochester 

1 90 1 Benjamin B. (Jdell jr Governor, ex officio 

1901 Robert C. Pruyn M.A. - - - - Albany 



SECRETARY 

Elected by regents 

1900 James Russell Parsons jr M.A. 

DIRECTORS OF DEPARTMENTS 

1888 Melvil Dewey M.A. State library and Home education 
1890 James Russell Parsons jr M.A. 

Administrative, College and High school defts 
1890 Frederick J. H. Merrill Ph.D. State museum 



CONTENTS 



Preface i 291 

Abbreviations 293 

Works analyzed 294 

Bibliograptiies consulted 297 

Matter relating to manuscripts ... 300 
General history of New York slate 304 
General colonial history 

Description 307 

History 308 

Discovery 315 

Champlain 316 

Hudson 318 

Dutch period 1609-64 321 

Trading companies 1609-26... 325 

Dutch colony 1626-64 327 

Description 327 

History 330 

Minuit 334 

Van Twiller 336 

Kieft 336 

Stuyvesant 337 

English period, conquest to revo- 
lution 1664-1776 341 

Period 1664-74 343 

Nieolls 344 

Lovelace 346 

Dutch occupation 1673-74.. 346 

Period 1674-1719, 346 

Description 346 

History 349 

Beginning of constitution- 
al government 1674-88 349 

Andros 349 

Dongan 350 

King William's war 1688- 

98 351 

Leisler 1689-91 352 

Queen Anne's war 1698- 

1719 354 

Bellomont 354 

Nanfan 356 

Cornbury 357 

Lovelace 357 

Hunter 358 

Period 1719-53 358 

Description 358 

History 359 

Freedom of press 1719-36.. 360 

Zenger 364 

Accounts of trial 365 

King George's war 1736-53 368 

Period 1753-76 369 

Description 369 

History 369 



Period of 1753-76 (cont'd) page 
French and Indian war 

1753-65 372 

Prerevolutionary 1765-76 375 

Special topics 378 

Constitutional history 378 

Law 380 

Civil lists 382 

Classes of settlers 383 

Lists of immigrants 384 

Census 385 

Genealogy 385 

Wills, marriage licenses, etc 387 

Manors 388 

Names 388 

Military history 391 

Religious history 392 

Catholic 393 

Episcopal 393 

Huguenot 395 

Lutheran 395 

Moravian 395 

Presbyterian 395 

Puritan 396 

Quaker 396 

Reformed 397 

Slavery , 399 

Printing 400 

Newspapers 402 

Medicine 404 

Commerce and manufitctures. . . 405 
Local colonial history 

New York city and vicinity 406 

New York city 406 

Dutch period 412 

English period 415 

Localities, buildings 420 

Lists of residents, church 

records, etc 425 

Description 430 

Religious history 433 

Commercial ,'. 439 

Long Island 440 

Kings county 443 

Brooklyn 444 

Flatbush 447 

Flatlands 447 

Gravesend 447 

New Lots 448 

New Utrecht ;.. 449 

Queens county 449 

Flushing 450 

Hempstead including North 
Hempstead 450 



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QueeuB county {conliiined) page; 

Jamaica 452 

Long lalaud City 453 

Newtown 453 

Oyster Bay 454 

Suffolk county 454 

Broolihaven 455 

Eastbanipton iDGluding Gar- 
diners Island 456 

Huntington 4 58 

Islip 459 

Riverliead 459 

Shelter Island 459 

SmithtowQ 459 

Southampton 460 

Southold 461 

Eiclimoud county, or Staten 

Island 462 

Northfield 464 

Westfield 464 

Hudson river counties 465 

Westchester county 465 

Bedford 467 

Cortlandt 467 

Eastchester 467 

Greenburg 467 

Harrison 468 

Lewisboro 468 

Mamaroneck 468 

Mount Pleasant 469 

Newcastle 469 

NewRoGhelle. 469 

North Castle - 470 

North Salem 470 

Ossining 470 

Pelham 470 

Poundridge 470 

Rye 470 

Scarsdale 470 

Somers 470 

Westchester 471 

White Plains 471 

Yonkers 471 

Yorktown 472 

Orange county 472 

Blooming Grove 473 

Cornwall 473 

Beeipark 473 

Montgomery 473 

New Windsor 473 

Newburgh 474 

Rockland county ■ 474 

Clarkstown 474 

Haverstra w > 475 



Rockland county (continued) pagb 

Orangetowu 475 

Ramapo 475 

Stony Point 475 

Dutchess county 475 

Amenia 476 

EishkiU 476 

Poughkeepsie 477 

RcdHook 477 

Rhinebeok 477 

Pulnam county 477 

Southeast 477 

Ulster county 477 

Huiley 478 

Kingston 478 

New paltz 480 

Rochester 480 

Sullivan county 480 

Greene county 481 

Catskill 481 

Columbia county 481 

Claverack 482 

Hillsdale 482 

Rensselaer county 482 

Lanslngburg 482 

Schaghticoke 483 

Troy 483 

Eensselaerswyok 483 

Albany county 485 

Albany city 488 

Dutch period 490 

English period 490 

Localities, buildings, etc... 492 
Lists of residents, church 

records, etc 492 

Description 493 

Religious history 494 

Saratoga county 495 

Washington county 496 

Mohawk valley 497 

Schenectady county 497 

Schoharie " 501 

Palatines 502 

Montgomery county 505 

Fulton " 505 

Heikimer " 506 

Oneida " 506 

Northern New York 507 

Lakes George and Champlaiu.. 508 

Centra 1 New York 510 

Southern central New York 512 

Western New York 513 

Lake Erie and Niagara 514 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY 24 

NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 

PREFACE 

This bibliography covers the history of New Netherland, or, New- 
York as colony and province, from its discovery to 1776. Though New 
York's sway extended at times over lands now included in New Jersey, 
Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maine, the list includes only the territory 
within the present limits of the state. 

The first settlement in New Jersey was made in 1623 by the Dutch ; 
the first permanent settlement in 1664, when New Jersey was granted 
by the duke of York to Berkeley and Carteret. In 1702 the prov- 
inces of East and West Jersey were united and surrendered to Queen 
Anne, and from 1703 to 1738 New York and New Jersey were under 
the same governors. Pennsylvania was settled by the Swedes in 1643, 
the Dutch settlement of 1623 having been abandoned. In 1655 the 
Dutch under Stuyvesant took possession of both Pennsylvania and 
Delaware, and they were claimed by the governors of New York till 
1682, when Penn obtained a quit claim from the duke of York. That 
part of Maine known first as Pemaquid and its dependencies, and in 
1683 organized as the county of Cornwall, was under the governors of 
New York from 1673 to 1686, when it was annexed to New England. 
For relations with other colonies, their histories and colonial records 
should be consulted. 

Southold, Southampton, Easthampton and other towns in eastern 
Long Island formed part of Connecticut previous to 1664. For their 
history during that period the student is referred to the histories and 
colonial records of the Connecticut and New Haven colonies. 

Different editions of a work have been noted when at hand, but no 
attempt has been made at bibliographic completeness for editions or 



2^2 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

full titles. Those wishing this information should consult the works 
under " Bibliographies consulted." Printed indexes and calendars of 
manuscript are included, but not the manuscripts themselves. Many 
histories of special churches are included for the large amount of local 
history which they contain. Of city charters and legislative journals 
only the bebt reprints are given. Newspaper articles, historical fiction, 
legends, Indians and Indian missions, boundary disputes, genealogies of 
single families, French settlements in western New York, and material 
relating to Columbia university, formerly Kings college, are omitted. 
Maps are also omitted, but information may be found in the following : 

Asher, G; M. comp. List of the maps and charts of New Netherland 
and of the views of New Amsterdam. 22 + 23P. N. Y. 1855. {in 
his Bibliographical and historical essay. 1854-67) 016.97 AS3 

Davis, W: T. Staten Island names. p. 20-76. New Brighton 
N. Y. 1896. 917.4726 D29 

Special no. 21 of the proceedings of the Staten Isl.and aatural scieucs asso- 
ciation. List of maps used in collecting names, p. 21-23. 

Grolier club of the city of New York. Catalogue of plans and 
views of New York city from 1851 to i860 exhibited at the Grolier 
club Dec. 10-25, 1897. 38p.. N. Y. 1897. 016.9127471 G89 

Index to the maps and engravings in Valentine's manual, (see Old New 
York, Aug.-Oct. 1889, 1:24-37, 105-16, 165-76) 974.7I qC>7i v.i 
Based on the list iu Maniia} of 1lie city of Xen- Yorl\ 1863. 22:839-52, 
352.0747 N4k. 

For bibliography of the West India company and the East India com- 
pany the student is referred to no. 21-327 in Asher's Bibliog7-apJiicat 
and historical essay. 1 854-67 . 

The bibliography aims to be complete only to December 1898, but 
important works published since then are included when they have come 
to the compilers' notice. 

Charles A. Flagg 
JuDSON T. Jennings 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



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ABBREVIATIONS 

Abbreviations following entries refer to the libraries in which the books 
were consulted or sources from which the entries were taken. Call 
numbers are given for books in the New York state library. Volume 
and page numbers are separated by a colon : e. g. 3 : 145 means v. 3, 
p. 145. The following are the principal abbreviations used. Other 
abbreviations are self-explanatory. 

Asher Asher, G; M. comp. Bibliographical and historical 

essay on the Dutch books and pamphlets relating 
to New Netherland. 234P. Amst. 1854-67. 

016.97 As3 

Griffin Griffin, A. P. C. comp. Bibliography of American 

historical societies, the United States and the 
dominion of Canada. p. 677-1236. Wash. 
1896. 016.973 G871 

Grolier club Grolier club of the city of New York. Catalogue 
of books printed by William Bradford and other 
printers in the middle colonies. loop. N. Y. 
1893. 016.094 G89 

Exhibiteil at the Grolier eliib in cuinmemoration of the 
bioenteniiial of the iutroduction of printing into New 
York, Ap. 14-21, 1893. 

Long Island historical society, Brooklyn 

MuUer, Frederik, comp. Catalogue of books relat- 
ing to America. io4p. Amst. 1850. 016.97 M91 

New York historical society, New York city 

New York public library, New York city 

New York state library, Albany 
Used for a few books not in new card catalogue. 

Providence public library. Providence R. I. 

Rees, O. van. Geschiedenis der nederlandsche volk- 
plantingen in Noord-Amerika, i62p. Tiel 
1855. 974.7 R25 

Sabin, Joseph, comp. Dictionary of books relating to 

America. 2ov. N. Y. 1868-92. C016.97 Sai 

Winsor Winsor, Justin, ed. Narrative and critical history of 

America. 8v. Bost. ''1884-89. 973 q\V73 



L. I. hist. soc. 
Mulier 

N. Y. hist. soc. 
N. Y. pub. lib. 
N. Y. state lib. 

Prov. pub. lib. 
Rees 



Sabin 



Works 
analyzed 



294 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 

WORKS ANALYZED 
The following works have been analyzed and are not elsewhere 
entered in full. 

Albany institute. Transactions, v.i-12. Alb. 1830-93. N. Y. state lib. 

American antiquarian society. Proceedings 1849-98. v.i-19. 
AVorcester 1850-98. 906 Am3 

American historian and quarterly genealogical record. v. i. 

Schenectady N. Y. 1876. 973 Am3i 

Edited by Scbeuectady Listorieal society. No more pub. 

American historical association. Annual report for 1889-98. 
V. i-io. Wash. 1890-99. 973 Am33 

Papers. 5V. N. Y. 1886-91. 973 Am32 

No more pub. Subsequent papers appear in llie association's reports to 
congress. 

American historical magazine and literary record, monthly. 
Jan. -June 1836. v. i. New Haven 1836. 973 Am3 

No more pub. 

American historical record and repertory ot notes and queries, 
mondily ; concerning the history and antiquities of America and 
biography of Americans, v. 1-19. Phil. "1873-82. 973 qAm3 
V. 1-3 ed. by B. J. Lossing. v. 4-19 continued as Potter's American monthly. 

Oct. -Dec. 1882, ot v. 19 wanting in New York state library copy and not 

examined. 

American historical register and monthly gazette of the patriotic- 
hereditary societies of the U. S. of America; ed. by C: H. Brown- 
mg, Sep. r894-Ap. 1897. v. 1-5, no. 2. Phil. 1895-97. 973 qAm3i 

American historical review, quarterly, Oct. 1895-July 1898. v.1-3. 
N. Y. 1896-98. 973 qAm35 

American monthly magazine, July 1892-98. v. 1-13. Wash. 
1892-98. 973.3 Am3 

Published by the national society of Daughters of the American revolution. 

Buffalo historical society. Publications. v.1-4. Buffalo 1879-96. 

974.797 B86 
Family magazine; or, General abstract of useful knowledge. 1834-40, 

8v. N.Y. 1834-40. 051 qFai 

Minor variations of title. No more pub.? 



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YORK 


COLONIAL HISTORY 






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3nthl> 


', Feb. 


-Sep. 


1886. V. 


1-2, 


no. 3. 
051 


Alb. 
F771 



1886. 

No more pub.? 

Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder), Royce, A. C. & Putnam, Ruth, ed. 

Historic New York. 2v. N. Y. 1897-99. (Half-moon papers, v. 

1-2) 974.71 G63 

Same as HaU-moon series, but with different i):i<{ing. 
Half-moon series. 1897-98. v. 1-2. N. Y. 1897-98. N. Y. state lib. 

Same as Goodwin. Historic Xew York, but with differeut pasin;;. 
Herkimer county historical society. Papers during years 1896-98; 

corap. by A. T. Smith. Herkiaier 1899. 974.761 H42 

Historical magazine concerning America [monthly] 23V. Morris- 

ania N. Y. 1857-75. 973 H62 

No more pub. v. 1 pub. in Boston, v. 2-9 in New York. Later volumes 
ed. by H: B. Dawson. 

Historical record [monthly] devoted to the promotion of historical 

research, ed. by the Historical society, Schenectady N. Y. Jan.-Ap. 

1872. V. I, no. 1-4. Schenectady 1872. 974-7 qH62 

No more pub. 

Holland society of New York. Year book, 1886-97. N. Y. 

1886-97. 974-7 1^71 

Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and political science; 

[monthly]. v. i-(6. Bait. 1883-98. 305 J62 

Long Island historical society. Memoirs. v. 1-4. Brooklyn 

1867-89. 974-72 1 L85 

Magazine of American history ; [monthly]. 30V. N. Y. 1877-93. 

973 M27 

No more pub. v. 11-29, no. 1 ed. by Mrs M. J. R. (Nash) Lamb. 
Magazine of the reformed Dutch church; [monthly], Ap. 1826-30. 
V. 1-4. New Brunswick 1827-29. 205 M27 

r. 3-4 pub. in New York. 

Magazine of western history; [monthly]. 1884-May 1894. igv. 

Cleveland 1884-94. 973 M271 

No more pub. v. 15-19 title reads National mar/azine; u journal devoted to 
American history. 

Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany. lov. Alb. 1850-59. 974.743 M92 

Ed. 2. v. 1-4. Alb. 1869-71. 974.743 M921 

J>u6. anon. Collections on the history of Albany from its dis- 
covery to the present time; with notices of its public institu- 
tions and biographical sketches of citizens deceased. 4V. Alb. 

1865-71. 974-743 qM92 



Works 
analyzed 



296 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Works New England historical and genealogical register; published quar- 
terly under the direction of the New England histor.c-genealogical 
societ) , 1847-98. V. 1-52. Bost. 1847-98. 929-1 N422 

New England magazine; an illustrated montlily, v. 1-24. Bost. 
1886-Aug. 1898. 051 B34. 

V. 1-3 have title Bay state monthly. 

New Haven colony historical society. Papers, v. 1-5. New 
Haven 1865-94. 974-67 N42 

N. Y. (city) -Common council. Manual of the corporation of the 
city of New York, 1841-70. 28V. N.Y. 1841-71. 352.0747 N4k 
V. 2-25 coiup. by D: T: Valeutiiie. 

N. Y. (state)-Legislature. Documents relative to the colonial his- 
tory of the state of New York. V. 1-15. Alb. 1853-87. 974.7 qN42i 

N.Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state 
of New York; arranged by E. B. O'Callaghan. 4V Alb. 
1849-51. 974.7 N424 

4V. Alb. 1850-51. 974.7 qN423 

New York civil libt iSgi. Alb. 1891. 351 " N42 

New York genealogical and biographical record; devoted to the 
interests of American genealogy and biography; issued quarterly, 
1870-98. V. 1-29. N. Y. 1870-98. 929-1 N421 

V. 18-29 are c|uarto, 929.1 qN42i. 

New York historical society. Collections, 1809-30, '41-59. gv. 

N. Y. 1811-59. 974-7 N422 

No more pub. 

Collections; publication fund series, i868-gi. v. 1-24. 

N. Y. 1868-92. 974.7 N42 

Proceedings, 1843-49. N. Y. 1844-49. 974-7 N421 



O'Callaghan, E. B. (f^. New York colonial tracts. v. 1-4. Alb. 

1866-72. 974-7 Oci 

Old New York ; a monthly journal relating to the history and antiquities 

of New York cit)?. 2v. N.Y. 1890-91. 974-7i qOli 

No more pub. 

Oneida historical society, Utica, N. Y. Transactions, 1878-98. 
Utica N. Y. 1881-98. 974762 On2 

Oud-Holland ; nieuwe bijdragen voor de geschiedenis der neder- 
landsche kunst, lelterkunde, nijverheid, enz 1S83-98. v. 1-16. 
Amst 1883-98. 059 qOu2 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 297 

Political science quarterly : a review devoted to the historical, statistical Bibiiograph- 

^ •/ ' ' ies consulted 

and comparative study of politics, economics and public law; ed. 
by the faculty of political science of Columbia college. v. 1-13. 
N. Y. 1886-98. 305 Pys 

Studies in history, economics and public law ; ed. by the faculty of 
poHtical science of Columbia university in the city of New York 
V. 1-9. N. Y. 1891-98. 305 St9 

Terhune, JSfrs M.. V. (Hawes). Some colonial homesteads and 
their stories ; by Marion Harland. Siip. N.Y. 1897. 973.2 T27 

More colonial homesteads and their stories; by Marion Harland. 

449p. N. Y. 1899. 973-2 T27 

Ulster historical society. Collections. v.i. Kingston N. Y. i860. 

974.734 UI7 

BIBLCOGRAPHIES CONSULTED 

Asher, G; M. comp. Bibliographical and historical essay on the Dutch 

books and pamphlets relating to New Netherland and to the Dutch 

West India company and to its possessions in Brazil, Angola, etc. 

234p. Amst. 1854-67. 016.97 ^'^1> 

Including Asber's List of tlie majis and charts of Nexo Netherland. 
Contents : Description of New Netherland, p. 1-28, 20 titles ; History of 
New Netherland, p. 180-219, 29 titles. 

Titles are translated and there are very full Englibh notes. 

Bibliographical list containing the books, maps, etc. mentioned 

in the present work, (see his Henry Hudson the Navigator. i860, 
p. 258-78) 910.6 H12 V.27 

Bibliography and cartography [of Lake GeorgeJ. (see Society for the 
preservation of scenic and historic places and objects. Annual re- 
port, igoo. p. 65-68). N. Y. state lib. 

Brooks, E. S. comp. Selection of books touching the general story of 
the state of New York, (see his Story of New York. '^1888. 

p. 307-8) 9747 B79 

Includes list oT romances iind ^torlcs illustriii iiiK New York history. 

Channing-, Edward & Hart, A. B. comp. Guide to the study of 
American history. 471 P- Bost. 1896. R016.973 C36 

Biblioaiaphy ofNcw York, p. 67-69, 112-13, 2.%8-60. 

Eastman, F. S. comp. Catalogue of authors used, (see his History 
of the state of New York. 1833. p. 7-8) 974-7 Ea7 



298 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Bibiiograph- Fernow, Berthold, comp. Critical essay on the sources of information 

les consulted ' ' ^ ^ 

[relative to New Netherland], (j-^^Winsor, Justin, ed. Narrative and 
critical history of America. '^^1884-89. 4:409-42) 973 qW73 

. Critical essay on the sources of information [relative to the 



middle colonies], {see Winsor, Justin, ed. Narrative and critical 
history of America. '^1884-89. 5:231-58) 973 qW73 

A few vi^ords regarding the falls of Niagara, (see N. Y. (state) — Niagara 

reservation, Commissioners of. Annual report. 1894. 10:72-107) 

711 N421 
A bibliograpby of descriptious of Niagara Falls. 

Fisher, G: P. comp. Bibliographical note relative to the colonial era in 
American history, (j-^^ /;« Colonial era. 1892. p. 325-35) 973.2 F53 

Greene, E. B. comp. List of printed commissions and instructions 
to royal and proprietary governors in the English colonies of 
North America. (see American historical review, Oct. 1897, 
3:170-76) 973 qAm35 

Arrauged chronologically. 

Griffin, A. P. C. comp. Bibliography of American historical societies, 
the United States and the Dominion of Canada. p. 677-1236. 
Wash. 1896. 016.9^3 G871 

Also in annual report of American liistorical association. 1896. 7:675-1236. 
Reprinted with additions from annual reports of the American historical 
association 1890 and 1892. 

Index of articles upon American local history in historical 

collections in the Boston public library. 225P. Bost. 1889. 
(Boston pubhc library. Bibliographies of special subjects 3) 

C0T6.973 qG87 
Indexes very fully articles in Manual of the city of Neiv York; Documents 
relative to the colonial history of the state of New York; and Documentary history 
of the state of Xeic York. 

Index of the literature of American local history in collections 

published in 1890-95, (with some others). 15 'P- Bost. 

1896. 016.973 C87 
Arranged alphabetically by names of places. 

[Index to articles in historical collections relating to] New York 

city. up. Bost. 1887. 016.9747 qG87 

50 copies reprinted from his Index of articles upon American local history. 

Index to articles in historical collections relating to New York, 

colony and state. 8p. Bost. 1887. 016.9747 qG87 

50 copies reprinted from his Index of articles upon American local history. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 299 

Ludewig, H. E. comp. The literature of American local history ; a Bibiiograph- 

*=* ' -'^ ^ ' les consulted 

bibliographical essay. 180 p. N. Y. 1846. 016.973 L96 

Bibliof;i'apljy of New York, \\. lU-L'."). 

— '- ist supplement : New York. 2op. N. Y. 

1848. 016.973 L961 

30 copies reprinted fr. the J/iterary world, Feb. 19, 1848, 3 : 17. 

MuUer, Frederik, (cmp. Catalogue of books relating to America; 
including a large number of rare works printed before 1700 amongst 
which a nearly complete collection of the Dutch publications on New 
Netherland from 161 2 to 1820. i04p. Amst. 1850. 016.97 M91 
Ne\Y York, p. :i7-59. 

Munsell, Frank, comp. Bibliography of Albany ; being a catalogue 
of books and other publications felating to the city and county of 
Albany in the state of New York. 72p. Alb. 1883. 016.974742 M92 

Murphy, H: C. comp. Lijst van stukken belrefifende Niew Neder- 
land verschenen in Amerikaansche mengelwerken ; i. i2p. 

n. t-p. L. I. hist. soc. 

A list of documents relating I0 New Netherland which have been published 
in different works. It wns proseuted by me to the NetherUiuds lilerary soci- 
ety at Leydei), which is eugaged in publishiug a catalogue of eveiythin;; (hat 
has been written on the subject of Netherlands and its colonies. These sheets 
are sent to me in advance of the publication. Another list, also presented by 
nie, of publications in ihis country on the same subject will soon be puli- 
libhed by the same society. Ms note by H. C. Murphy, dated Oct. 24, 1864. 

North, S. N. D. History and present condition of the newspaper and 
periodical press of the United States. {see U. S. Census, loth, 
1880. [Final reports]. 1883-88. 8:r-446) R317.3 qUn3 v. 10' 
Newspaper and periodical press, 1639-1783, xi. 1-27. 
Chronological history of the newspaper press of New Y^ork, p 387-408. 

Onderdonk, Henry, jr, comp. Bibliography of Long Island, {see Fur- 
man, Gabriel. Antiquities of Long Island. 1875. P-43S-69) 

974.721 F98 

Perkins, F : B. comp. Check list for American local history ; re- 
printed with additions of the Boston public library. 198P. Bost. 
1876. Cor6.973 P41 

The pilgrim fathers ; exhibition of documents from public and private 
collections at Leiden relating to the Dutch settlements in North 
America. 22p. Leiden 1888. {in Holland society of New York. 

Yearbook. 1888-89) 974-7 qH?! 

Between 11. SO-and 81 of the Yearbook. 



300 NEW YORK STATK LIBRARY 

""^ing t'o'^'" The pilgrim fathers. 32p. Leiden 1888. N. Y. pub. lib. 

manuscripts Dooumeots relating to America, p. 19-32. 

Publications relating to New York affairs under Governor Cosby, [see 
N.Y. public library. Bulletin July 1898, 2:249-55) 027.4747 qN42i 
Describes the contents of a fnlio volume in the Lenox library containing 
73 documents relating to Cosby's administration, collected by James Alex- 
ander, a participator in many of the events in question. 58 of the documents 
refer to tbe dispute between Rip Van Dam and the governor. The remaining 
15 relate mainly to Rev. Alexander Campbell. In the list are, incorporated 
also titles of a few other works in the Lenox library relating to the same 
affairs. 

Sabin, Joseph, <:(?;«/. Dictionary of books relating to America. 20v. 
N. Y. 1868-92. C016.97 Sai 

Only 196 p. of v. 20 pub. Ap. 6, 1900; through Smith, Henry. 

Satterlee, H. L. comp. Authorities, {see his Political history of the 
province of New York. 1885. p. 106-7) 342.7479 Sa8 

Stevens, J: A. comp. Critical essay on the sources of information 
[relative to the EngUsh in New York 1664-1689J. [see Winsor, 
Justin, ed. Narrative and critical history of America. - "=1884-89. 
3:411-20) 973 qW73 

MATTER RELATING TO MANUSCRIPTS 

Brodhead, J: R. Address delivered before the New York historical 
society at its 40th anniversary 20th Nov. 1844. loyp- N. Y. 

1844. 974-7 B782 

Describes his work in transcribing European documents. 

■ Communication from Paris July 12, 1842. (N. Y. Assembly doc. 

1842. no. 195, doc. C, p. 29-113) N. Y. state law lib. 

Letters requesting increase of appropriation for the transcribing of Euro- 
pean documents and giving list of New York documents found in London 
archives, followed by Governor Seward's answer. 

Also in Senate doc. 1842. no. 106, doc. B, p. 29-113. 

Communication to the governor, [London, Dec. 2, 1842J. 

(N. Y. Senate doc. 1843. no. 2, p. 3-4) N. Y. state law lib. 
Final report of Brodhead, agent of the state of New York to 



procure and transcribe documents in Europe relative to the colonial 
history of said state, made to the governor, Feb. 12, 1845. 374p. 
Alb. 1845. 016.9747 B78 

Contains chronological index to manuscript copies made by Brodhead from 

firiginals in Europe. These manuscripts (80 v.) are now in New York state 

library. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 30I 

Calendar of HoUanri documents 1611-65; London documents 1611-1782; Matter relat- 
Paris documents 1631-1778. macule" pts 

Also in Senate doc. 1845. no. 47. 

These documents are published with a general index in Doaumenta relative to 
the colonial history of the stale of Xcw Yorl. 18ti3-61. v. 1-11. 974.7 qN42i. 

Brodhead, J: R. Report, (N. Y. Senate doc. 1842. no. 2, p. 145-58) 

N. Y. state law lib. 
Dated, The Hague, Oct. 25, 1841. 

Fernow, Berthold. Archives of the state of New York. (see New 
York genealogical and biographical record, July 1889, 20:106-13) 

929.1 qN42i 

comp. &^ ed. Calendar of wills on file and recorded in the ofBces 

of the clerk of the court of appeals, of the county clerk of Albany and 
of the secretary of state 1626-1836 ; comp. under the auspices of the 
Colonial dames of the stale of New York and published by the 
society. 657P. N. Y. 1896. 929.3 qN42 

.500 copies piiiiteil. 

Critical essay on the sources of information [relative to New 



NetherlandJ. {see Winsor, Justin, ed. Narrative and critical I'is- 
tory of America. ''=1884-89. 4:409-38) 973 q^V73 

— Manuscript sources of New York history, (see Winsor, Justin, 



Sv. 


Lond. 


942 


qG792 


1677-80. 




1681-85. 





!?(/. Narrative and critical history of America. ^1884-89. 5:231-33) 

973 qW73 

Great Britain — Public record office. Calendar of state papers, 

colonial series; America and West Indies, preserved in her majesty's 

public record office; ed. by W. N. Sainsbury. 

1880-98. 

Contents: v. 1 1661-68. v. 4 

V. 2 1669-74. V. 5 

V. 3 1675-76 and Addenda, 1574-1674. 

Jameson, J: F. List of printed guides to and descriptions of archives 
and other repositories of historical manuscripts. (see American his- 
torical association — Historical manuscripts commission. Annual re- 
ports. 1896.1:481-512; 1898.3:573-90) 973 Am37 
New Yorli archives, 1:489-91; 3:577-81. 

List of documents relating to Ulster county contained in the Clinton 
papers in the state hbrary at Albany. (see Ulster historical society. 
Collections. i860. 1:103-5) 974-734 UI7 

N. Y. (state)— Colonial agency, Committee on. Report. i6p. 
(N.Y. Senate doc. 1845. no. in) N. Y. state law lib. 



302 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

'^^Vngt'o'^'" ^- "^- (state)— Colonial history of the state, Committee on. 

manuscripts Report of the select committee on so much of the governor's mes- 

sage as relates to the colonial history of the state. up. (N. Y. 

Senate doc. 1844. no. 42) N. Y. state law lib. 

N. Y. (state) — Controller. Reply in answer to a resolution of the senate 
adopted Jan. 17, 1853, in relation to the expenses of the colonial his- 
tory, etc. i4p. (N.Y. Senate doc. 1853. no. 24) N. Y. state law lib. 

iDchiding report by E. B. O'Callagban on binding and preparing manu- 
scripts. 

N. Y. (state) — Historical records, Custodian of. General state- 
ment of material contained in manuscripts transferred to the state 
library from the office of the secretary of state, pursuant to laws of 
1881, ch. 120; by Berthold Fernow. (see N.Y. (state)-Library. 
Annual report. 1882. 64:11-15) 027.5747 N42 

Report on historical documents ; by Berthold Fernow. (see N. Y. 

(state) — Library. Annualreport. 1884. 66:23-24) 027.5747 N42 

N. Y. (state) — Legislature. Act to provide for the publishing of 
certain documents relating to the colonial history of the state, (see 
N.Y. (state) — Legislature. Laws. 1849. p. 236-37) N.Y. state law lib. 

N. Y. (state) — Library. Annotated list of the principal manuscripts 
in the New York state library. p. 207-37. Alb. 1899. (His 
tory bulletin 3) N. Y. state lib. 

AlsoinSlst annual report of New York state library. 1899. 027.5747 N42. 
Including a Partial hibliography of matter relating to the manuscripts, conip. 
by Charles A. Flagg. 

Catalogue of manuscripts in the library; supplementary to the 

printed list of 1856. (see N. Y. (state) — Library. Annual report. 
1874. 56:115-38) 027.5747 N42 

Senate doc. 1874. no. 36. 

Catalogue of the New York state library, 1856; maps, manu- 
scripts, engravings, coins, etc. Alb. 1867. 016.912 qN42 
Manuscripts, p. 93-113. 

Lists of manuscripts added to the New York state library from 

Jan. I, 1850 to Jan. i, 1855. (see N. Y. (state) — Library. Annual 
report. 1855. 37:78-83) . 027-5747 N42 

Senate doc. 1^55. nci, 77. 

Manuscripts received from the office of the secretary of state and 

deposited in the state library in pursuance of a joint resolution of 
the senate and assembly passed Dec. 15, 1847. {-^^^ N. Y. (state) — 
Library. Catalogue. 1850. p. 1021-54) 027.5747 N42 v. 32 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 3O3 

N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Calendar of historical manii- Matter relat- 
ing to 
scripts m the office of the secretary of state; ed. by E. 11 manuscripts 

O'Callaghan. 2v. Alb. 1865-66. 974.7 qN424 

Co7itents : v.l Dutch mauiisuripts, 1630-64: v. 2 Eiif.lish, 1664-1776. 

See noro uader Colonial period. History. 

Calendar of New York colonial manuscripts; indorsed land 



papers, in the office of the secretary of state ; 1643-1803. )o87p. 
Alb. 1864. 336.1 N42 

Chronoldgical index to 63 volumes of manuscript confiiiiiing land claims, 
petitions, wairants, surveys, etc. 

Catalogue of records in the office of secretary of state with infor- 
mation pertaining to the office; comp. by F. G. Jewett. 142P. 
Alb. 1898. 353-9747' A3 

Catalogue of the records in the office of the secretary of the state 

of New York on the ist day of January 1820. (N.Y. Senate journal. 
1820. 49:13-51) N. Y. state law lib. 

Also in >^enate doc. 1820. no. 2. 

Communication from the governor and secretary of state in 



answer to a resolution of the assembly, 3p. (N. Y. Assembly 
doc. 1851. no. 66) N. Y. state law lib. 

Relates to the preparation for piinting Documents relative to the coloviaJ 
history of the state of New Torlc. 

Communication in answer to resolutions requiring information 

in relation to the Documentary history. 64P. (N. Y. Assembly 
doc. 1854. no. 136) N. Y. state law lib. 

Communication in relation to the manuscript documents in his 



possession concerning the colonial history of this state and recom- 
mending their printing. 4p. (N. Y. Assembly doc. 1849. no. 188) 

N. Y. state law lib. 

Communication relative to historical manuscripts and records in 

his office. 6p. (N. Y. Senate doc. 1864. no. 46) N. Y. state law lib. 

List of books and papers in the office of the secretary of state. 



8p. Alb. 1866. 016.091 qN42 

Bound manuscripts and papers in files ; mostly English period. See state 

library archivist's copy for list of those transferred to the state library. 
Rex^riuted fr. Calendar of historical manuscripts in the office of the secretary 

of state. 2 : pref. 9-14. 

Report relative to printing the Documentary and colonial his- 
tory. 4p. (N.Y. Assembly doc. 1857. no. 134) N. Y. state law lib. 



304 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

toT^of'Niw ^- ^- (state) — University. Catalogue of historical papers andparch- 

York state ments received from the office of the secretary of state and depos- 

>, ited in the New York state library, made by the regents of the 

University, Feb. 13, 1849. 5513. Alb. 1849. 016.9747 N42 

Coiitaius idlls (if laws passed by legislature 1691-1754: papers liave ilates 

trom lfi64-1814. 

Also in Assembly doc. 1.S49. no. 148. 

« 

O'Callaghan, E. B. comp. Index to volumes i, 2 and 3 of transla- 
tions of Dutch manuscripts in the office of the secretary of .state of 
the state of New York. iiSp. Alb. 1870. 016.9747 Oci 

V. 4 was also translated and has a niiinuscript index. Tbese manuscripts 
witb the originals are in the state library. 

Schuyler, G: W^. [Description of state archives]. {see his Colonial 
New York. 1885. 1: pref. 4-10) 974-7 Sch8 

Versteeg, D. Dutch West India company manuscripts; report on 
some Dutch papers in possession of the Pennsylvania historical 
society. (j'<?d' Holland society of New York. Yearbook. 1892-93. 
p.iSo-52) 974.7 qH7i 

Winsor, Justin. [Archives of] New York. (see his Narrative and 
critical history of America. C1884-89. 8:444-48) 973 qW73 

GENERAL HISTORY OF NEW YORK STATE 
Anthony, Elliott. Sto"ry of ihe Empire state. 247P. Chic. 

1891. 974-7 An8 

Barber, J: W. The history and antiquities of New England, New 
York and New Jersey. S76p- Worcester 1841. 974 B23 

Ed. 3. 624p. Hartford 1856. N. Y. pub lib. 

Pictorial history of the state of New York. 376p. 

Cooperstown N. Y. 1846. 974-7 B23 

Selections from Barber & Howe's Historical collections of the state of Kew 
York. Chronological table, p. 369-76. 

Brooks, E. S. Story of New York. 3[rp. Post ciggg. (Story 
of the states) 974-7 B79 

Told in form of a story; not valuable as history. Bibliography, p. 307-8. 

Butler, B: F. Anniversary discourse delivered before the Albany 
institute Ap. 23, 1830. 88p. Alb. 1830. 308 B97 

Criticism of Smith's, Moulton's, Macauley's and Eastman's histories of New 
York, p. 9-19. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 305 

Carpenter, W: H. & Arthur, T. S. History of New York from its General his- 

' ' -' tory of New 

earliest settlement to the present time. 336p. Phil. 1853. York state 

(Lippincott's cabinet histories of the states) 974.7 Cat 

From discovery to 1848. 

Comley, W. J. History of the state of New York. 6s6p. N. Y. 

i877' 974-7 C73 

Contents : New York state, p. 1-74. 

New York city, p. 75-120. 

Brooklyn, p. 121-24. 

Biographical encyclopedia, p. 327-656. 
There are no pages numbered 125-326. 

Cornell, A. B, The commonwealth. (see Chadbourne, P. A. & 
Moore, VV. B. ed. Pubhc service of the state of New York. 
1882. 1:1-138) 353-9747 qC34 

Eastman, F. S. History of the state of New York from the first dis- 
covery of the country to the present time. 279P. N. Y. 

974-7 Ea7i 

N.Y. pub. lib. 

N.Y. pub. lib. 

974.7 Eay 

French, J: H. comp. Gazetteer of the state of New York embracing a 
comprehensive view of the geography, geology and general history 
of the state and a complete history and description of every county, 
city, town, village and locality; with full tables of statistics. 739P. 
Syracuse i860. 917-47 qF88 

Hendrick, Welland. Brief history of the Empire state; for schools 
and families. Ed. 3. 2o6p. Syracuse 1892. 974-7 H38i 

Hough, F. B. ecm/. Gazetteer of the state of New York embracing a 

comprehensive account of the history and statistics of the state, 

with geological and topographical descriptions and recent statistical 

tables. 74SP. Alb. 1872. R917.47 H81 

Contains brief historical sketch of the state with a description of its 

government, industries, etc. followed by a condensed history and description 

of each county ; villages and towns are noticed under their counties. A 

valuable reference book. 

Kent, James. Anniversary discourse delivered before the New York 
historical society Dec. 6, 1828. 4op. N. Y. 1829. 974-7 K41 
A brief sketch of events in state history to 1804 and in the life of Philip 
Schuyler. 

Lossing', B. J: The Empire state, a compendious history of the com- 
monwealth of New York. 6i8p. Hartford Ct. 1888. 974.7 qLSj 



1828. 




4S5P- 


N. Y. 1831. 


4SSP- 


N. Y. 1832. 


4S5P- 


N- Y. 1833. 



306 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

M^^fwew' Lucas, F: W: Appendiculae historicae ; or, Shreds of history hung 

York state on a horn. 2i6p. Lond. 1891. 974.7 qLge 

List of authorities, p. 159-76. 

Macauley, James. Natural, statistical and civil history of the state of 

New York. 3V. N. Y. 1829. 974-7 Mii 

Contents: v. 1 Geography, geology and uatnral history; v. 2 Geography, 

statistics and civil history; t. 3 Civil history. 

Specially strong on the physical features of the state; little original mat- 
ter of a historical nature. 

Mather, J. H. & Brockett, L. B. Geography of the state of New 
York. 432p. Hartford Ct. 1847. 9i7-47 M42 

History of colonial period, p. 48-77. Contains also settlement and early 
history of various sections. 

New York state, {see Willsey & Lewis. Harper's book of facts. 
1895. p.562-72) R031 qW68 

Gives chronological history of the state, 1.524-1894, and list of governors, 
1624-1894. 

Prentice, W: R. History of New York state for the use of high 
schools and academies and for supplementary reading. SS^p 

Syracuse 1900. E974.7 P91 

Randall, S. S. History of the state of New York for the use of 
schools. 369P. N. Y. 1870. E974.7 Ris 

Roberts, E. H: New York; the planting and the growth of the 
Empire state. 2v. 7s8p. Bost. 1887. (American common- 
wealths) 974-7 RS4 
Paged continuously. 

2v. Bost. 1892. Cap. 974.7 RS4i 

2v. Bost. 1893. N. v. pub. lib. 

Russell, William. Harper's New York class-book; compiising out- 
lines of the geography and history of New York; biographical 
notices, accounts of public institutions, etc.; arranged as a reading- 
book for schools. 669P. N. Y. 1847. 974-7 R91 
Biographies of persons distinguished in colonial period, p. 305-67. 

Seymour, Horatio. A lecture on the topography and history of New 
York. 4ip. Utica 1856. 308 Segi v.i 

^A/atson, J: F. Annals and occurrences of New York city and state 
in the olden time. 39op. Phil. 1846. 974-7 W331 

Historic tales of olden time concerning the early settlement and 

advancement of New York city and state; for the use of families 
and schools. 2i4p. N. Y. 1832. 974-7 W33 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 3O7 

GENERAL COLONIAL HISTORY 

See also New York city, ■which was the seat of the colonial government. 

Description 

Burke, Edmund, anon. Account of the European settlements in 
America. 2V. Lond. 1757. 970 B91 

This is the 1st ed. ; for a full account of subsequent ed. and translations see 

Sahin. New York state library has also the 5th ed., 1770, and the Italian 

translation 1763. 

Earl, Robert. History of lotteries in the state of New York, {see 
Herkimer county historical society. Papers for 1896. p. 69-77) 

974.761 H42 

Earle, Mrs Alice (Morse). Colonial days in old New York. 3r2p. 
N. Y. 1896. Cap. 917.47 £37 

Mostly Dutch period. 

Edsall, T: H: Something about fish, fisheries and fishermen in New 
York in the 17th century, {see New York genealogical and bio- 
graphical record, Oct. 1882, 13 : 181-200) 929.1 N421 

Fisher, S. G: Men, women and manners in colonial times. 2v. 
Phil. 1898. 917.3 Fs3i 

Manhattan and the Tappan Zee, v. 2, p. 9-146. 

Hoffman, C; F. On the distinctive character of the people of New 
York previous to the revolution, {see New York historical society. 
Proceedings. 1843. p. 95-106) 974-7 N421 v.i 

Extracts from paper read Dee. 5, 1843. 

Pioneers of New York; an anniversary discourse delivered before 

the St Nicholas society of Manhattan, Dec. 6, 1847. 55P. 
N. Y. 1848. 974.7 H67 

Institutes a comparison with the pilgrims of Plymouth. Winsor. 4 : 410. 

Houghton, G: W. W. Coaches of colonial New York; a paper 
read Mar. 4, 1890 before the New York historical society. N. Y 
1890. 684 qPo 

Kipp, 'W: I. New York society in the olden time, {see Putnam's 
magazine, Sep. 1870, 16:241-55) 051 P98 

Also in his Olden time in New Torh. 1872. p. 9-42, 917.47 qK62 ; and in 
W: L. Stone's History of New York city. 1872. 



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nfa°"fstor°'°' ^^'^S^t ^'- C. Short history of the English colonies in America. 
S6op. N. Y. « 1881. 973.2 L82 

Best summary of the maimers and social and intellectual life of the middle 
colonies, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. 
New York, 1609-1765, p. 285-311 ; in 1765, p. 312-40. 

Lossing, B. J: The Hudson from the wilderness to the sea. 464P. 

N. Y. 1866. 91747 L89 

Van Rensselaer, Mrs M. D. Goede vrouw of Mana-ha-ta at home 

and in society 1609-1760. 4i8p. N. Y. 1898. 917-47 V35 

Watson, J: F. Manners and customs in colonial times, (s^e N.Y. (city) — 

Common council. Manual. 1853. 12:457-60) 352.0747 N4k 

From his Historic tales of olden time. 

Wharton, A. H. Colonial days and dames. 248P. Phil. 1895. 

Cap. 917.3 W551 

History 

Baxter, Mrs K. S. (Malcolm). A godchild of Washington*; a 
picture of the past. 651P. N.Y. 1897. 974-7 ^233 

Sketch of Cathariue Van Rensselaer, with notes of meu and events from 
1650 to the middle of this century. 

Beauchamp, W. M. The Iroquois and the colony of New York, 
{see Oneida historical society. Transactions. 1889-92. no. 5, 
p. 40-59) 974.762 0n2 

Bonney, M>-s C. V. (Van Rensselaer), comj>. Legacy of historical 
gleanings. 2v. Alb. 1875. 923-57 V35 

Mostly correspondence between men prominent incolouial and revolution- 
ary periods. Colonial period, 1 : 1-57. 

Brodhead, J: R. Address delivered before the New York historical 
society at its 40th anniversity 20 Nov. 1844 ; by Brodhead, histori- 
cal agent of the state of New York to Holland, England and France, 
with an account of the subsequent proceedings at the dinner given 
in the evening. io7p. N. Y. 1844. 974-7 B782 

Describes his work iu transcribing documents. 

History of the state of New York. 2v. N.Y. 1853-71. 974.7 B78 

Contents : v. 1 1609-64 ; v. 2 1664-91. 

At his death Mr Brodhead left material for a 3d volume. The treatment 

is of the most exhaustive character, and the work is a monument of literary 

industry and careful execution. The authorities are in all cases given in 

footnotes. J: A. Stevens in Winsor. 3:413. 
Illustrated with a map of NewNetherland according to the charters ((ranted 

by the states general Oct. 11, 1614, and June 3, 1621. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 3O9 

Brodhead, J: R. History of the state of New York. Ed. 2. v.i. g.=°«;?i ^"'o- 

' *^ ^ nial history 

N. Y. 1859, 053. , 974.y B781 

v.l 1609-64. 

Butler, Frederick. Complete history of the United States of America 
embracing the whole period from the discovery of North America 
down to the year 1820. 3V. Hartford 1821. N. Y. state lib. 
New York colonial history, 2 : 35-44, 83-107, 200-38, 315-70, 419-26. 

Campbell, Douglas. Historical fallacies regarding colonial New York ; 
address before the Oneida historical society, Utica N. Y. Jan 14, 
1879. 32p. N. Y. 1879. 974.7 C15 

Capen, Nahum. History of democracy ; or, PoHtical progress historic- 
ally illustrated from the earliest to the latest periods. v.i. 
Hartford 1874. 321.8 qCi7 
No more pub. 
Colonial New York, p. 188-202. 

Chalmers, George. Pohtical annals of the present united colonies 
from their settlement to the peace of 1763. v.i. Lond. 
1780. N. Y. state lib. 

No more pub. For continuation of the work see collections of the New York 
historical society. 1868. Publication fund ser. 1 : 1-176, 974.7 N42. 
New York to 1691, p. 367-612. 

Colden, Cadwallader. History of the tive Indian nations depending 
on the province of New York in, America. HQP- N. Y. 1727. 
Original ertitiou ; only four or five copies known in the United Slates. 
Sabin 4:222. 

History of the five Indian nations depending on the province of 

New York ; with an introduction and notes by J. G. Shea. 
4o-|-i4ip. N. Y. 1866. 970-3 C673 

155 copies reprinted exactly from Bradford's New York ed. 1727. Accord- 
ing to Sabin the following work in necessary to complete the 1st ed. 

History of the five Indian nations of Canada, which are depend- 



ent on the province of New York in America and are the barrier 
between the English and French in that part of the world. 
204-I-283P. Lond. 1747. 970-3 C67 

History of the five Indian nations of Canada which are the 

barrier between the English and French in that part of the world. 
Ed. 2. 204-I-283P. Lond; 1750. 970-3 C671 

History of the five Indian nations of Canada which are depend- 
ent on the province of New York in America and are the barrier 
between the English and French in that part of the world. Ed. 3. 
2v. Lond. 1755. 970-3 C672 



3IO NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

nS hfitor"'"" Colden, Cadwallader. Letters on Smith's History of New York, {see 
New York historical society. Collections. 1868-70. Publication 
fund ser. 1:177-235, 2 : 203-12) 974-7 N42 

These letters are supplementary to tliose contained in collections of the 
New York historical society. 1849. ser. 2, v. 2, 974.7 N242 v. 7. 

Papers relating to an act of the assembly of the province of New 

York, printed and sold by William Bradford. 24p.? N. Y. 1724. 
Mr H. C. Murphy's imperfect copy of this piece is probably unique. 
Sabin. 4:222. It was reprinted with the preceding 3 ed. of his History of 
the five Indian nations. 

& Smith, William. Correspondence between Lieut. Gov. 



Cadwallader Colden and Wilham Smith jr the historian respect- 
ing certain alleged errors and misstatements contained in the His- 
tory of New York, with sundry other papers relating to that 
controversy. (New York historical society. Colden papers, v. 4) 
(see New York historical society. Collections. 1849. ser. 2, 
2:193-214) 974-7 N422 V.7 

De Peyster, Frederic. Address delivered before the New York his- 
torical society on its 60th anniversary, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1864. 
76p. N. Y. 1865. 974.7 qD44 

Early political history of New York. 

Drake, S: A. The making of Virginia and the middle colonies, 
1578-1701. 228p. N. Y. 1893. 973-2 D78 

New York, p. 108-60. 

Dunlap, William. History of New York for schools. 2V. N. Y. 
1837. 974.7 D922 

2v. N. Y. 1844. 974-7 D921 

2v. N. Y. 1855. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Conversational style. 

Contents: v. 1, Colonial period ; v. 2, Revolution. 

History of the New Netherlands, province of New York and 



state of New York, to the adoption of the federal constitutioii. 2v. 

N. Y. 1839-40. 974-7 D92 

V. 1 and part of appendix In v. 2 on colonial period. 

Has little merit as historical authority. The main value of the work con- 
sists in the abstracts published as an appendix to the 2d volume. J: A. 
Stevens in Winsor, 3:413. 

Fisher, G: P. Colonial era. 348p. N. Y. 1892. (American 

history ser.) 973.2 F53 

New York to 1688, p. 177-93 ; 1688-1756, p. 241-.54. 
Includes a bibliography of colonial era. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 3 II 

Fiske, John. The Dutch and quaker colonies in America. 2v. General coio. 

nial history 

Bost. 1899. 974-7 F54 

Frost, John, comp. The book of the colonies ; comprising a history of 
the colonies composing the United States from the discovery in the 
loth century until the commencement of the revolutionary war, 
28op. N. Y. 1846. N. Y. state lib. 

Settlement of New York and New Jersey, p. 230-44. 

Remarkable events in the history of America, from the earliest 

times to the year 1848. 2v. Phil. 1848. N. Y. state lib. 

New York colonial history, p. 387-427. 

Gordon, T: F. Gazetteer of the state of New York, comprehending its 
colonial history. io2-(-8oip. Phil. 1836. 917-47 G65 

History of New York, 102p. 

Grahame, James. History of the United States of North America 
from the plantation of the British colonies till their assumption of 
national independence. 2v. Phil. 1846. 973-2 G762 

4v. Phil. 1845. 973-2 G761 

Foundation and progress of New York, book 5. 

Hawks, F. L. History of the United States, no. 2 ; or. Uncle Philip's 
conversations with the children about New York. 2v. N.Y. 
1844, "=35. 974-7 H31 

Mostly on colonial period. 

Histoire et commerce des colonies angloises dans I'Am^rique septen- 
trionale. 336P- Lond. 1765. N. Y. state lib. 

New York, p. 135-66. 

History of British dominion in North America from the first discovery 
of that continent by S. Cabot 1497, to the peace of 1763. 297-I- 
27sp. Lond. 1773. N. Y. state lib. 

Province of New York, 82p. book 3. 

Hogeboom, J: T. Oration at the centennial celebration at Hudson 
N.Y. on the 4th of July, r876. 32p. Hudson 1876. 974739 H861 
Discovery and settlement of New York and manors of the patroons, p. 1-15. 

Lodge, H: C. A short history of the English colonies in America. 
S6op. N.Y. 1881. 973.2 L82 

Now York, 1609-1765, p. 285-340. 

Morse, J. & Parish, E. Compendious history of New England to 
which is added a short abstract of the history of New York and New 
Jersey. 324P. Charlestown 1820. 974 M832 

New York, p. 292-302. 



312 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

^^S^Tstor"'"' ^" ^* (state) — Legislature. Documents relative to the colonial 

historyofthe state of New York. 15V. Alb. 1853-87. R974.7 qN42i 
Contents : v. 1-10 Documents procured ia Holland, Englaud and France, 
by J: R. Brodhead agent uuder an act of the legis- 
lature passed May 2, 1839 ed. by E. B. O'Callaghan 
■with a general introduction by fli- agent. 

v.1-2 Holland documents; v. 3-8 London documents; v. 9-10 
Paris documents. 

V. 11 General index to the documents prepared by E. B. O'Cal- 
laghan. 

V. 12 Documents relating to the history of the Dutch and 
Swedish settlements on the Delaware river, trans, and 
oomp. by B. Fernow. 

V. 13 Documents relating to the history and settlements of the 
towns along the Hudson and Mohawk rivers (with the 
exception of Albany) from 1630-84 trans., comp. and 
ed. by B. Fernow. 

V. 14 Documents relating to the history of the early colonial 
settlements principally on Long Island ; trans., comp. 
and ed. by B. Fernow. 

V. 15 State archives, v. 1 ed. by Berthold Fernow; New 
York in the revolution, prepared under direction 
of the regents of the University of the State of New 
York. • 

These volumes are all printed in English, the French 
and Dutch manuscript being translated by O'Cal- 
laghau. 
V. 12-15 form new series v. 1-4. 

N. y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Calendar of historical manu- 
scripts in the office of the secretary of state, Albany N. Y. ed. 
by E. B. O'Callaghan. 2v. Alb. 1865 -66. 974.7 qN424 

Contents: v. 1, Dutch manuscripts v. 1-21, 1630-64; v. 2, English manu- 
scripts V. 22-101, 1664-1776. 

These manuscripts (103 volumes) were transferred to the state 
library in 1881; last 2 volumes not included in Calendar. 

A poor translation by F. A. Van der Kemp of most of the Dutch 
manuscript is in tbe state library in 24 manuscript volumes ; 
for index to them see state archivist's copy of the Calendar. 

V. 1-4 of Dutch manuscripts were also translated by E. B. 
O'Callaghan and an index to the first three printed, (see 
O'Callaghan, E. B. Index to v. 1, 2 and 3, etc. oi6 9747 Oci) 
Fourth volume has manuscript index. 

The four volumes of Documentary history by O'Callaghan 
together with v. 12-14 of Documents relating to the colonial 
history and another volume to be published containing the 
documents relating to New York city and the relations 
between the Dutch and English colonies, contain everything 
of a general and public interest so that the parts not trans- 
lated anew (referring to Van der Kemp's translation) will 
refer only to personal matters. B. Fernow in Winsor. 4:412. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 313 

N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the General coio. 

state of New York ; arranged by E. B. O'Callaghan. 4V. Alb. 

1849-51. 974.7 N424 

4v. Alb. 1850-51. 947.7 qN423 



For contents see Peabody institute. Catalogue of the library. 1889. 
4:3218, Coig.i qPsi. See also note uLder preceding entry. 

Oldmixon, John, anon. British empire in America containing the 
history of the discovery, settlement, progress and present state of all 
the British colonies on the continent and islands of America. 2 v. 
Lond. 1708. 970 Oil 

New York, 1:117-33. 

Ed. 2. 2v. Lond. 1741. 970 Olii 

New York, 1:236-80. 

Gross Brittanisches America nach seiner erfindung, bevolck- 



erung und allerneuestem zustand aus dem englischen durch Vischer. 
879P. Hamburg 1710. 970 OI12 

New York, p. 168-89. 
For translation see two English ed. preceding. 

Palfrey, J: G. History of New England. v. 1-3. Bost. 1858-64. 

974 P177 
New Netherland, 1:235-38. 

Parton, James. Colonial pioneers. 63P. N. Y. =1890. (His- 
torical classic readings 9^ E973.2 H62 

Contents : Peter Stuyvesaut, p. 28-34. Capt. Kid, p. 45-51. 

Sir William Johnson, p. 35-40. Capt. Henry Hudson, p. 57-63. 
Extracted from other works by Parton. 

Ruttenber, E: M. History of the Indian tribes of the Hudson river; 
their origin, manners and customs ; tribal and subtribal organizations; 
wars, treaties, etc. 4i5P- Alb. 1872. 970.4 R93 

Satterlee, H. L. Political history of the province of New York. 

io7p. N. Y. 1885. 342.7479 Sa8 

Bibliography, 2p. 
Schuyler, G: W. Colonial New York; Philip Schuyler and his family. 

2v. N. Y. 1885. 974-7 Sch8 

Mostly genealogies of Schuyler and allied families. 

A short account of the ist settlement of the provinces of Virginia, 
Maryland, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvaniaby the English. 
22p. Lond. 1735. N. Y. state lib. 



314 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General coio- Six nations of Indians, (see Civil list and constitutional history of the 

nial history ^ 

colony and state of New York by E. A. Werner. Alb. 1891. 
35:224-65) 351.2 N42 

Relations with the colony and state of New York. 

Smith, William. History of New York, from the ist discovery to the 
year 1732 with a continuation, from the year 1732, to the com- 
mencement of the year 1814. Slip- Alb. 1814. 974.7 Sm62 
Snpposed to have been edited by J : V. N. Yates. J: A. Stevens in Wiiisor 
3 : 412. 

History of the late province of New York, from its discovery 

to the appointment of Gov. Golden in 1762. 2 v. N.Y. 

1829. 974-7 Sm64 

2v. N. Y. 1829-30. 974-7 Sm65 



Includes the History of the province of New York from the 1st discovery to the 
year 1732 ; and a continuation in manuscript covering the period 1732-62. 

This was communicated in 1824 to the New York historical society by Wil- 
liam Smith, son of the author and printed by them as v. 4-5 of their collec- 
tions. 974.7 N422 V. 4-5. 

Noticed in North American review Jan. 1816, 2: 150-53. 

Smith was a leader of the dissenting element in New York. 

History of the province of New York from the ist discovery. 

334p. Lond.1776. 974-7 Sm6 

History of the province of New York from the ist discovery to 

the year 1732, Ed.i. 255P. Lond. 1757. 974.7 qSm6 
Discovery to 1664 treated in 1st 23 pages; English period in remainder. 

History of the province of New York from the ist discovery to 



the year 1732. Ed. 2. 276P. Phil. 1792. 974-7 Sm6i 

Histoire de la Nouvelle-York, depuis la decouverte de cette pro- 
vince jusqu'^ notre siecle, traduite de I'Anglois par M.E. * * * 
415P, Lond. 1767. 974-7 Sm66 
Translated by Mare Antoine Eidous. 

Thwaites, R. G. The colonies, 1492-1750. 30ip- N. Y. 1891. 
(Epochs of American history, V.I ) 973-2 T42 

The middle colonies, p. 195-217; Colonies 1700-50, p. 264-85. 
Social and economic conditions in the colonies in 1700, p. 218-32. 

'Warden, D: B. Chronologie historique de I'Amerique. lov. Par. 
1826-44. 970 W21 

Edited by Marquis de Fortia-d'Urban ; being L'art de verifier lea dates, pt 4. 
New York colonial history, 10 : 1-123. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 315 

AVatSon, J: F. Annals and occurrences of New York city and state in General his 

, tory 

the olden time; a collection of memoirs, anecdotes and incidents Discovery 
concerning the city, country and inhabitants from the days of the 
founders. sgop. Phil. 1846. 974-7 W331 
Historic tales of olden time, concerning the early settlement and 



advancement of New York city and state for the use of families and 
schools. 2i4p. N. Y. 1832. 974'7 W33 

Yates, J: V. N. & Mouiton, J. W. History of the state of New 
York; including its aboriginal and colonial annals. v.i, pt 1-2. 

N. Y. 1824-26. 974-7 Y2 

No more pub. 

Sabii) says that Mouiton is sole author of this scarce book. 
Contents : Ante-colonial v. 1 pt 1 ; Novum Belgium v. 1 pt 2. 

Discovery 

No attempt has been made to give a complete bibliography of early 
voyages. 

Banvard, Joseph. First explorers of North America; or. Discoveries 
and adventures'in the new world. 334p. Best. 1874. N. Y. state lib. 
Explorations of Hudson and Champlain, p. 194-240. 

Belknap^ Jeremy. De Monts, Poutrincourt, and Champlain. (see 

Belknap's biographies of the early discoverers of America. n. d. 

p. 92-99) 920.07 qB4i 
A repriat of the 1st ed. of 1798. 

De Costa, B: F. Cabo de Arenas; or. The place of Sandy Hook in 
the old cartology. (see New England historical and genealogical 
register, Ap. 1885, 39: 147-60) 929.1 N422 

Explorations of the North American coast previous to the voy- 
age of Henry Hudson. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of 
the city of New York. 1892-93. 1:1-32) 974-7i qW69 

Fiske, John. Discovery of America, with some account of ancient 
America and the Spanish conquest. 2V. Bost. r892. 973-1 F54 

Heckewelder, J?ev. John. Indian tradition of the ist arrival of the 
Dutch at Manhattan Island, now New York. (see New York his- 
torical society. Collections. 1841. ser. 2, 1 : 69-74) 9747 N422 v.6 

Homes, H: A: The Pompey (N. Y.) stone, with an inscription and 
date of A. D. 1520; an address before the Oneida historical society 
on the nth of November, 1879. iSp. Utica 1881. 908 H7S 



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General his- Howell, GiR. Evidence of the French discoveries in New York 

tory ' 

Discovery previous to the colonization by the Dutch, (see Albany institute. 

Transactions. 1887. 11:309-16) N, Y. state lib. 

Murphy, H : C. Voyage of Verrazzano, a chapter in the early history of 
maritime discovery in America, 198P, N.Y. 1875. N,Y, state lib. 

Van Pelt, Daniel. Were the Dutch on Manhattan Island in 1598 ? 
(see National magazine, Nov. 1891,15:91-97; Jan. 1892, 
15:279-85) 973 M271 

Verrazano, John de. Relation of the land by him discovered in the 
name of his majestie; written in Diepe the 8th of July 1524. 
(see New York historical society. Collections. 181 1. 1:45- 
60) 947-7 N422 

From HalclHtjt's voyages. 1600. 2:29.")-300. 

Verrezano's voyage, (see Reminiscences of the city of New York 

and its vicinity. 1855. P- 253-63) 974-71 R-8 

Verrazzano's voyage, 1524 [letter] to the king of France. i6p. 

Bost. n.d. (Old South leaflets 17) 973 OI12 

W^eise, A. J. Discoveries of America to the year 1525. 38op. 
N. Y. 1884, 973.1 W43 

Gives an account of Verrazano's discovery of New York. 

Who discovered the Hudson? (see Galaxy, July 1869, 8:129- 
33) 051 G13 

Wilson, J. G. Explorations of the North American coast previous to 
the voyage of Henry Hudson, (see New York genealogical and 
biographical record, Oct. 1891, 22 : 163-74) 929.1 qN42i 

From his Memurial hhlori/ of the city of New York. 

Winsor, Justin. Father Louis Hennepin and his real or disputed 
discoveries, (see his Narrative and critical history of America. 
C1884-89. 4:247-56) 973 qW73 

Champlain 

Bixby, G. F. The ist battle of Lake Champlain; has current history 
correctly located its site ? (see Albany institute. Transactions. 
1893. 12:122-36) N. Y. state lib. 

The ist battle of Lake Champlain ; a paper read before the 

Albany institute, Nov. 5, 1889. i5p. Alb. 1893. 973-2 B55 
Regarding tbe locality of the battle fought by Champlain July 29, 1609. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 317 

Champlain, Samuel de. Oeuvres publi6es sous le patronage de General his- 
l'universit6 Laval par C. H. Laverdiere. Ed. 2. 6 v. in 4. champiain 
Quebec 1870. 917. i qC35 

Discovery of Lake Charuplain, p. 184-200. 

Les voyages de la Nouvelle France occidentale, dict6 Canada 



depuis Pan 1603 jusques en I'an 1629. 2 v. in i. Par. 

1632. V917.1 C352 

Voyages; ou, Journal ^s decouvertes de la Nouvelle France 

2v. Par. 1830. 917. 1 C3S 

Discovery of Lake Champlaiu, 1 : 188-207. 

Voyages trans, from the French by C: P.Otis; with historical 



illustrations and a memoir of Champlain by E,F. Slafter. 3V. 
Bost. 1878-82. (Prince society publications) 917-1 Cjsr 

Discovery of Lake Champlain, 2:210-27. 250 copies. 

Champlain's expeditions to northern and western New York, 1609-15. 
(see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the 
state of New York) 1849-51. 3:1-24. 974.7 N424 

1850-51- 3:1-15- 974-7 qN423 

Notice biographique de Champlain. (see Laverdiere. Oeuvres de 
Champlain. 1870. i:pref9-76) 917-1 qC35 

Parkman, Francis. Champlain and his associates; an account of 
early French adventure in North America ; with introduction and 
explanatory notes. 64p. N. Y. "1890. (Historical classic 

readings 6) E973.2 H62 

Pioneers of France in the new world. 42op. Bost. 1865. (see 

/^zV France and England in North America. 1865. v.i) 973.1 P23 
Cbamplain's discovery of Lake CbamplalD in 1609, p. 310-24. 

Slafter, E. F. Champlain. (see Winsor, Justin, ed. Narrative and 
critical history of America. "1884-89. 4:103-34. 973 qW73 
Includes a critical essay on the sources of information. 

Memoir of Samuel de Champlain. (see Champlain, Samuel de. 

Voyages. 1878-82. i : 1-214) 917-1 C351 

WilmerCj Alice. Biographical notice of Champlain. (see Hakluyt 

society. Works. 1859. 23 : 2d pref. 1-99) 910.6 H12 

Winsor, Justin. Champlain. (.f^^^ his Cartier to Frontenac. 1894. 

P- 77-155) 973-1 W73 



3l8 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Hudson 
General his- Ashcr, G; M. Henry Hudson the navigator; the original documents 
Hudson in which his career is recorded ; collected, partly translated and an- 

notated with an introduction. 218+292. Lond. i860, (in 
Hakluyt society. Works, i860, v. 27) 910.6 H12 

Bibliography, p. 258-78. 

Contains tbe following relating to Hudson's 3(1 voyage and to colonial New 
York; The 3d voyage of Master Henry Hudson written by Eobert Jnet, of 
Lime-house, p. 45-92. 

Purehas his pilgrimage, fol. Lond. 1626. p. 817. VI of Hudson's discoveries 
and death, p. 139-44. 

Hudson's 3d voyage (1609) from Van Meteren's Histoire der Nederlanden. 
fol. Hague 1614, fol. BSSa. p. 147-53. 

Extracts relating to Hudson's 3d voyage (1609), from J: de Laet's Nieuwe 
Werelt. fol. Amst. 1625, 1630-31 (from book 3, ch. 7) p. 154-58; from book 3, 
cli. 10) p. 159-63. 

Extracts containing some original information about Hudson's 3d voyage 
from Mr Lambrechtseu van Tiitthem'a History of New Neiherland. p. 164-66. 

Extracts concerning Hudson's 3d voyage (1609), from Adrian van der 
Donck's Beschryvinge van Niemv Nederlandt. Amst. 1655, 1656. p. 167-72. 

Hessel Gerritz's various accounts of Hudson's last two voyages, from the 
Latin and Dutch edition of the Descriptio et delineatio geograjihioa detectionis 
Freti ab. H. Hudsono inventi. Amst. 1612, 1613. p. 181-83. 

2 Hudson's 3d and 4th voyage, from the prolegomena to the 1st Latin 
ed. p. 183-84. 

3 Hudson's 3d and 4th voyage from the Latin edition of 1612. An account 
of the discovery of the northwest passage which is expected to lead to 
China and Japan by the north of the American continent, found by H. 
Hudson. p. 185-88. 

4 Hudson's 3d and 4th voyage from the 2d Latin edition of 1613, with notes 
indicating the variations of the Dutch edition. A description and chart of 
the strait or passage by the north of the American continent to China and 
Japan. p. 189-96. 



— Henry Hudson the navigator, (see Macmillan's magazine, Oct. 
1866,14:459-71) 052 M22 
A]so in LittelV 8 living age, 17 Aug. 1867, 94:397-407, 051 L71. 

— Sketch of Henry Hudson the navigator. 23P. Brooklyn 



1867. L. I. hist. soc. 

Reprinted for private distribution. 

Bardsen, Ivar. Sailing directions of Henry Hudson, prepared for his 
use in 1608; from the old Danish of Ivar Bardsen, with an intro- 
duction and notes ; also a dissertation on the discovery of the Hudson 
river; by B: F. DeCosta. ro2p. Alb. 1869. 656 M9 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 319 

Belknap, Jeremy. Henry Hudson, {see Belknap's biographies of the General his- 
early discoverers of America, n.d. p. 113-18) 920.07 qB4i Hudson 

Reprint of the 1st ed. of 1798. 

Cleveland, H: R. Life of Henry Hudson, {see Sparks' library of 
American biography. 1838. 10 : 185-261) 920.07 Sp2 

Ferris, M.. L. D. Henry Hudson the navigator. {see Magazine of 
American history, Sep. 1893, 30:214-36) 973 M27 

Higginson, T: W. Henry Hudson and the New Netherlands (A. D. 
1609-26). {see his Book of American explorers. 1877. 
p.279-307) 973.1 Hs3 

Contents: 1 Discovery of the Hudson river. 

2 Indian traditions of Hudson's arrival. 

3 Last voyage of Hudson. 

4 Dutch settlement of New Netherlands. 

Hudson's voyage in 1609; extract from Verhael van de eerste schip- 
vaert der hoUandsche ende zeeusche schepen door 't way-gat by 
Noorden, Noorwesen, Moscovien, ende Tartarien om, na de con- 
inckrycken Cathay ende China : etc. 't Amsterdam, voor Joost 
Hartgers, etc. 1648. Transmitted to the New York historical 
society by Dr M. F. A. Campbell, at the Hague. Translated by 
J: R. Brodhead. {see New York historical society. Collections. 
1849. ser. 2, 2:367-70) 974-7 N422 v. 7 

Hulsius, Levinus. Zwolfe schiffahrt; oder, Kurze beschreibung der 
newen schiffahrt Nord Osten ober die Amerische inseln in Chinara 
and Japponiam von einem Engelander, Heinrich Hudson, newlich 
erfunden in hochteuchten sprach beschrieben durch M. Gothar- 
dum Arthusen von Dantzig. 67p. Oppenheim 1627. N.Y.pub. lib. 

Juet, Robert. Third voyage of Master Henry Hudson. {see Asher, 

G; M. Henry Hudson the navigator. 1860. p.45-92) 

910.6 H12 V.27 
Called Juet's journal 

{see New York historical society. Collections. 1809. 

1:102-46) 974-7 N422 

Extract, {see New York historical society. Collections. 



1841. ser. 2, 1:317-32) 974-7 N422 v.6 

Extract, {see Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany) 

I&SO-59- r.g-14. 974.743 M92 
Ed, 2. 1869-71, 1:1-8. 974.743 M921 



320 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Juet, Robcrt. Discovery of the Hudson river. 2op. Bost. n. d. 
Hudson (Old South leaflets 94) 973 01 12 

Extract from Juet's TJiird voyaije of Master Henry Hudson. 
Laet, Johannes de. Nieuwe wereldt ; ofte, Beschryvinghe van West- 
Indien. Siop. Leyden 1625, 917 qLi2 

Note ou Laet under Dutch period, 1609-64, p. 322. 
Meteren, Emanuel van. Belgische ofte nederlantsche oorlogen ende 
gheschiedenissen beginiiende van t'jaer 1598 tot 1611, mede verva- 
tende enighe haerder gebueren handelinghe. 2V. Schotlant 
buyten Danswyck 1611. 949.203 qM56 v. 2 

This ed. the last pub. by the author, is exceedingly scarce. Appeared 
later uuder the t\t\e H'tstorie der nederlandsche oorlogen. 

V. 1 wanting in N. Y. stale lib. v. 2 p. 346 contains the 1st printed account 
of Hudson's voyage to the North river. 

Historie der nederlandscher ende haerder naburen oorlogen ende 

geschiedenissen, tot den jare 1612 's Graven-Haghe 1614. F0I.671. 

Full title, and translation of folio 629a on Hudson's voyage to the North river 

iuAsher. Henry Hudson the navigator. 1860. p. 274, 147-53, 910.6 H12 v. 27. 

Historie van de oorlogen en geschiedenissen der Nederlanderen 



en derzelver naburen, beginnende 1315, en eindigende 161 1, 
New ed, lov. Gorinchem 1748-63. 949.203 M56 

First account of Hudson's voyage to the North river, 10:205. 

Miller, Samuel. Discourse designed to commemorate the discovery 
of New York by Henry Hudson, delivered before the New York 
historical society, Sep. 4, 1809. 28p. N. Y. 1810. 040 Pi v. 55 

Discourse, designed to commemorate the discovery of New 

York by Henry Hudson, delivered before the New York historical 
society, Sep. 4, 1809, being the completion of the 2nd century since 
that event, {see New York historical society. Collections. 1809. 
1:17-45) 974-7 N422 

Murphy, H: C. Henry Hudson in Holland, an inquiry into the 
origin and objects of the voyage which led to the discovery of the 
Hudson river with bibliographical notes. 72p. The Hague 

1859. 923.9 H861 

Parton, James. Captain Henry Hudson. {see Parton, James. 
Colonial pioneers. 1890. p.57-63) E973.2 H62 

Purchas, Samuel. Hakluytus posthumus; or. Purchase his pil- 
grimes, 5V. Lond. 1625-26. N. Y. state lib. 

Hudson's 3d voyage, 3:581-95. 

Asher says we are indebted to Purchas for most of our information about 
Hudson. Described in Sabin, 16:116-24. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 321 

Read, J: M. jr. Historical inquiry concerning Henry Hudson, his General his- 
friends, relatives and early life, his connection with the Muscovy Dutch perioa 
company and discovery of Delaware bay. aogp. Alb. 1866. 

923.9 H86 

Historical inquiry concerning Henry Hudson, his friends, rela- 



tives and early hfe, his connection with the Muscovy company and 
and discovery of Delaware bay abridged from the work of Read, 
and ed. by Edmond Goldsmid. (see Clarendon society reprints. 
1882-84. ser. I, p, 143-230) 942 C54 

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974-7 W331 

Wilson, J. G. Henry Hudson's voyage and its results in trade and 
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continent; the author's last revision. 6v. N.Y. 1890-91, "=58 84. 

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General his- Beekmaii, J. W: [The founders of New York; an] address delivered 

Dutch period before the St Nicholas society of the city of New York, Saturday 

Dec. 4, 1869. 36p. Alb. 1870. 974-7 ^^39 

Bryant, W: C. & Gay, S. H. Popular history of the United States. 
5v. N. Y. 1876-96. 973 qB84 

New Netherlands, 1 : 339-69, 429-75 ; 2 : 115-64. 

DeWitt, Thomas. New Netherland. {see New York historical 
society. Proceedings. 1844. p. 51-76) 974.7 N421 v.i 
Eead before the society Jan. 2, 1844. 

Dussen-Muilkerk, E. J. Berg van. Bijdragen tot de geschiedenis 
onzer kolonisatie in Noord-Amerika. {see Gids, 1848, p. 522-54; 
1849, p. 702-20) 059 G36 

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051 qF2i 
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ica, (see Winsor, Justin, ed. Narrative and critical history of 
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Hall, C: H: The Dutch and the Iroquois; suggestions as to the im- 
portance of their friendship in the great struggle of the i8th century 
for the possession of this continent ; being a paper read before the 
Long Island historical society, Feb. 21, 1882. 55p. N. Y. 
1882. 970-1 H14 

Henderson, J: D. The Dutch in New Netherlands, an address deliv- 
ered before the Herkimer county historical society, Feb. 8, 1898. 
8p. n. p. 1898. 974-7 H382 

Also in papers of Herkimer county historical society. 1898. p. 9-16, 
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Hildreth, Richard. History of the United States of America from 
the discovery of the continent to the organization of government 
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HoUantsemercurius, 1650-90. v. 1-41. Haerlem 1651-91. 905 H71 
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Laet, Johannes de. Beschryvinghe van West Indien. Ed. 2. 
622p, Leyden 1630. 917 qLi2i 

Asher, p. 1, no. 2. New Netherlands, p. 100-9. 

De Laet was a director of the West India company and co-patroon of Rena- 
selaerswyck. 



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Laet, Johannes de. Extracts from The new world ; or, A descrip- Qenerai his- 
tion of the West Indies; tr. from the original Dutch [by George °"'^<=^ p®'"'°'^ 
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49, ser. 2, 1:281-316; 2:373) 974-7 N422 ¥,6-7 

— , L'histoire du nouveau monde ; ou, Description des Indes occi- 

dentales, 632P, Leyden 1640. 917 qLi23 

Asber, p. 1-2, no. 4. New Netherlands, p. 74-82. 

Nieuvve wereldt; ofte, Beschrijvinghe van West Indien, 

5iop. Leyden 1625, 917 qLi2 

Asber, p. 1, no. 1. New Netberlands, p. 83-91. 

The standard work on New Netherlaud of the 17th centnry. B. Fernow 
in Winsor, 4 : 417. 

Hudson's journals Ap. 19, 1607-June 21, 1611, not now inown were used; 
the account of the 3d voyage is supposed to be Hudson's own report. 

Translations of parts relating to New Netherland in collections of the New 
York historical society, ser. 2, 1:281-316 ; 2:373, 974.7 N422 v.6-7. 

Novus orbis ; seu, Descriptionis Indiae occidentalis . 690P. 



Lug. Bat. 1633. 917 qLi22 

Asber, p. 1, no. 3. New Netherlands, p. 70-77. 
Lambrechtsen, N. C. History of the New Netherlands; tr. from the 
original Dutch by F. A. Van der Kemp, {see New York historical 
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Korte beschrijving van de ontdekking en der verdere lotgeval- 

len van Nieuw-Nederland, weleer eene volkplanting van ' het 
gemeenebest der vereenigde Nederlanden in America. io2p. 
Middelburg 1818. (Zeeuwsch genootschap der wetenschappen. 
Nieuwe verhandlingen. v.3, pt i) 974-7 L17 

Its object is a concise account of the discovery and history of the colony of 

New Netherlands till its final cession to Great Britain in 1674. 

Its value consists principally in the fact that the author had access to the 
papers of the West India company, since lost, and that it instigated research. 
B. Fernow in Winsor, 4:431. 

Translated as History of New Netherlands by F. A. Van der Kemp. 

Noticed in North American review, June 1819, 9 : 77-91. 

Montanus, Arnoldus. Description of New Netherland, 1671; trans- 
lated from De nieuwe en onbekende weereld ; of, Beschryving van 
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1849-51. 4:113-31. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 4:73-83- 974-7 qN423 

De nieuwe en onbekende weereld ; of, Beschrijving van America 

en 't Zuidland. S8sp. Amst. 1671. . 970 qM76i 

Asher, p. 19-23, no. 14. Nieuw Nedorland, p.123-84. 



324 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Montanus, Amoldus, anon. Die unbekanteneue welt: oder,Beschrei- 

tory * * ' ' 

Dutch period bung des weltteils Amerika, und des Siid-landes durch O. D. 658P. 

Amst. 1671. 970 qM76 

Neu Niedcrland, p. 142-53. 

O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New Netherland; or, New York 
under the Dutch. 2V, N.Y. 1846-48. 974-7 Ocii 

Wiusor, 4:431-32. 

Ed. 2. 2v. N. Y. 1855. L. I. hist. sec. 

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delivered at the Lyceum on the 5th Dec. 1845, before the St 
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Plantagenet, Beauchamp, anon. A description of the province of 
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other papers relating principally to the origin, settlement and prog- 
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Visit of Sir Samuel Ai-goll to Mauhatas Isle in 1613, p. 18-19. 
For criticism see John PenniDgton. An examination of Beauchamp Planta- 
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Rees, O. van. Geschiedenis der nederlandsche volkplantigen in 

Noord-Amerika, beschouwd uit het oogpunt der koloniale politick ; 

,drie voorlezingen, gehouden in de afdeeling koophandel der maat- 

schappij Felix Meritis, te Amsterdam op. 8, 15 en 22 Feb. 1855. 

i62p. Tiel 1855. 974.7 R25 

Scisco, L. D. Garrison of Fort Amsterdam, (see American historical 
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(see his Direct ancestry of the late Jacob Wendell. 1882. 

p. 7-1 7) 929.2 qW483 

Valentine, D: T: Notable women of olden times, (see Munsell, Joel, 
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Contents : 

Elizabeth Van Es Lysbet Van Voorbuydt 

Helena Teller Geertruyd Schuyler 

Johanna De Laet Machtelde Willemsen 

Katrijn Roelofa Lysbet Greveraet 

Annetje Jans 



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Wassenaer, Nicolaes van. Historisch verhael alder ghedenck- General his 

' ° tory 

weerdicliste eeschiednisse die hier en daer in Europa van den Trading 

° companies 

beginne des jaers 1621 tot [1632] voorgevallen syn. 2iv.in 5. 

Amst. 1622-35. 940-7 W28 

Asher, p. 180-81, uo. 330. Description and contents in Muller, ]). 53-59. 

V. 18-21 continued by Barent Lanipe. 

Records all tbe information that could be gathered from America. 

Brodheiid speats of the work at some length in his History of the state of 
New Yorli. 1853. 1:46,157. 

Wassenaer's description and Ist settlement of New Netherland is reprinted 
in Collectanea adamantea, v. 27. 

Watson, J : F. The first colonists, {see his Annals and occurrences 
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Yates, J: V. N. Sc Moulton, J. W. History of the state of New 
York; including its aboriginal and colonial annals. v.i, pt 1-2. 

N. Y. 1824-26. 974'7 Y2 

No more pub. Sabin says Moulton is the sole anthor of this scarce booh. 
Contents: Ante-colonial, v. 1, pt 1. Novum Belgium, v. 1, pt 2. 

Trading companies 1609-26 

Agreement between the managers and principal adventurers of the 
West India company made with the approbation of the states gen- 
eral, {see O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New Netherland. N. Y. 
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Banta, T. M. " Who founded New York ? {see Holland society of 
New York. Yearbook. 1895. p. 119-33) 947-7 qHyi 

Brief relation of the discovery and plantation of New England. 36p. 
Lond. 1622. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Contains account of Capt. Darmer's meeting with Holland traders at Hud- 
son river. 

A brief relation of the discovery and plantation of New England and of 
sundry events therein occurring from 1607 to the present 1622. 
Lond. 1622. {see Massachusetts historical society. Collections. 
1822. ser. 2, 9: 1-25) 974.4 M38 V.19 

On p. 11 occurs the 1st mention in Eni;lish of the Dutch colony. 

Brodhead, J: R. Memoir on the early colonization of New Nether- 
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General his- Dozy, C. M. Jesse de Forest, founder of New Amsterdam, (see 
TradiDK The pilgrim fathers. 1888. p. 20-22, in Holland society of N«w 

companies x- o r 5 -" 

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Between p. 80 and 81 of the Yearboolc. 

Folsom, George, ano/t. Expedition of Capt. Samuel Argall to the 
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Generael octroy voor de ghene die eenighe nieuwe passagien 

haavenen, landen of plaetsen sullen ontdecken. n. p. 1614. 
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Octroy by de hooghe mogende heeren staten generael verleent 

aende West-Indische compagnie, in dato den 3. Juni 162 1 
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Octroy by de hooghe mogende heeren staten generael verleent 



aende ^\'est Indische compagnie in date den derden Junii 1621. 
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Donck, Adriaen van der. Beschrijvinge van Nieuw-Nederlant, 
gelijck het tegenwoordigh in staet is, begrijpende de nature, aert, 
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Dutch colony gelijck het tegenwoordigh in staet is, begrijpende de nature, arte 

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loop. Aemsteldam 1656. V917.47 D71 

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Description of New Netherlands. N. Y. 1841. 

Griffin, p. 1023. Translated by Jeremiah Johnson. 

Description of the New Netherlands; tr. from the original Dutch 

by Jeremiah Johnson, (see New York historical society. Collec- 
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Description of the New Netherlands. 24p. Bost. n. d. 



(Old south leaflets 69) 973 OI12 

Dunlap, William. Review of Van der Donck's account of New 
Netherlands, (see Dunlap, William. History 01 the New Nether- 
lands. 1839-40, 2:apx. 72-88) 974-7 D92 

Earle, Mrs Alice (Morse). Colonial days in old New York. 3i2p. 
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Father Isaac Jogues, S. J. (see Catholic world, Oct. 1872, 16 : 105-21) 

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Jogues, Isaac, The Jogues papers, translated 'and arranged, with a General his- 
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Contents: 1 Narrative of his captivity among the Mohawks from a, Latin 
manuscript preserveil at Montreal, and in Algambe. 

2 Acconnt of his escape, from the Eelation of 1642-43. p. 284. 

3 Description of New Netherland from his original manuscript. 

4 His last letters in 1646, from the Belation of 1646-47. 

5 Captivity and death of Ren^ Gonpil, from, his original 

manuscripts. 

6 Letters of Gov. Kieft announcing his death, from an attested 

copy preserved at Montreal. 

Narrative of a captivity among the Mohawk Indians and a 



description of New Netherland in 1642-3 by Jogues with a memoir of 
theholy missionary by J: G. Shea. 69P. N.Y. 1856. 922.27 JS91 

. Novum Belgium; an account of New Netherland in 1643-4; 



with a facsimile of his original manuscript, his portrait, a map and 
notes by J: G. Shea. 53p. N. Y. 1862. N. Y. state lib. 

Jognes was in New Netherland from August 1642 to November 1643; and 

the original manuscript is preserved in the Hntel Dieu at Quebec. Fernow 

in Winsor, 4:421. 

Novum Belgium; description de Nieuw Netherland et notice sur 

Rene Goupil. 44p. N. Y. 1862. V917.47 qJsg 

100 copies printed. 

Keye, Otto. Het waere onderscheyt tusschen koude en warme landen 
aengewesen in de nootsakelyckheden die daer vereyscht worden voor- 
gestelt en vergeleken met Nieu-Nederlant, als synde een koudt landt 
en Guajana synde een warm landt. i78p. 's Graven-Hage 1659. 
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van het heerlijcke ende Gezegen de landt Guajana. 

Kurtzer entwurff von Neu Niederland und Guajana einander 

entgegen gesetzt um den unterschied zwischen warmen und kalten 
landen herausszu bringen ; auss dem hoUandischen ins hochteutsche 
versetztdurch T. R. C. S. C. S. i44p. Lpz. 1672. V917.47 K52 

Kort verhael van Nieuw Nederlants gelegentheit, deughden, natuerlyke 

voorrechten en byzondere bequaemheidt ter bevolkingh. 84P. 

n. p. 1662. N. Y. pub. lib. 

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Reissued in 1663 under title Zeekere vrye-voorslagen, en vcrsoeken, tot Zie- 
vorderingh ran een hestandige, voor Sollandt hoognutte vrye noil; uitzetting, 
in Nleuio-Nederlandt. 84p. 



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Martin, Felix. The life of Father Isaac Jogues, missionary priest ot 
the Society of Jesus, with Father Jogues' account of the captivity 
and death of his companion Rene Goupil tr. from the French by 
J: G. Shea. 263P. N. Y. 1885. 922.27 J59 

Schagen, P. Old Dutch letter relating to the settlers in the New- 
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Dated at Amsterdam, Nov. 5, 1826. Dutch original and English translation. 

Stevenson, T. B. Pere Jogues. {see Sunday magazine. May 1893, 
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Verheerlickte Nederland door d'herstelde zee-vaart klaerlyck voorge- 
stelt, ontdeckt en aengewesen door manier van't samensprekinge 
van een boer ofte landtman, een burger ofte stee-man, een schipper 
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Withrow, W. H. Adventures of Isaac Jogues, S. J. {see Royal 

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met de West-Indische compagnie, ende d'approbatie van de heeren 
staten generael daer op gevolght, gepresenteert werden aen alle de 
gene, die als coloniers na Nieiiw-Nederlandt willen vertrecken. i4p. 
Amst. 1656. N. Y. pub. lib. 

This is not the ed. appended to the 2d ed. of Van der Donek. 

Atkins, T: A. Adriaen Van der Donck; an address delivered before 
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national magazine, Dec. 1851, 4 : 597-93) 051 InSi 

Concerning New Netherland or Manhattan, {see New York historical 
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Correspondence between the colonies of New Netherland and New 
Plymouth, from Gov. Bradford's letter book, {see Massachusetts 
historical society. Collections. 1794. 3 : 27-76) 974.4 M38 
1624-30. 

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Daly, C: P. Speech at the 6th annual dinner. {see Holland society General his. 
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Remonstrance of New Nederland and the occurrences there, 

addressed to the high and mighty lords states general of the United 
Netherlands, on the 28th July 1649, with Secretary Van Tienhoven's 
answer, translated from a copy of the original Dutch manuscript by 
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anon. Representation of New Netherland, concerning its loca- 



tion, productiveness and poor condition ; presented to the states 
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1650; translated from the Dutch for the New York historical society 
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anon. Representation of New Netherland, concerning its loca- 
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— anon. Vertoogh van Nieu-Nederland, weghens de gheleghent- 



heydt vruchtbaeiheydt en soberen staet desselfs. 49P. 'sGraven- 
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A contemporaneous relation of events in New Netherland, signed by 11 
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For translation see his Representation of New Kcthcrland. 
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General his- Dotick, AdriacH VEH dcr o"" others, anon. Vertoogh van Nieu 

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Dutch colony Nederland ; and, Breeden raedt aende vereenichde nederlandsche 

♦ 

provintien [by Cornells MelynJ : two rare tracts printed ini649-5o, 

relating to the administration of affairs in New Netherland, translated 

fromtheDutchbyH: C. Murphy, igop. N. Y. 1854. 974.7 qD7i 

BreeilcH raedt has been translated with title Broad advice to the United 

N'etlierlatid prorinci's. 

Early history of New York, (see American historical magazine and 
literary record) 973 Am3 

Jan. 1836,1:36-37 Ap. 1836, 1:154-57 

Feb. " 1:71-72 May " 1:185-95 

Mar. " 1:102-4 June " 1:221-30 

Copy of a series of documents bearing date Fort William Henry, 1639-50. 

Folsom, George, a?wn. A few particulars concerning the directors 
general, or governors of New Netherlands, {see New York his- 
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Historical collections consisting of state papers and other 

authentic documents, intended as material for an history of the 
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For journal kept by the commissioners, Cornelis Van Eiiyven, Burgomas- 
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of New Amsterdam on their voyage to Hartford in 1663, see 2: 623-33. 

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Melyn, Cornelis, a7ion. Breeden raedt aende vereenighde Nederland- 
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Broad advice to the United Netherland provinces translated 

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NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 333 

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Secretary of, Documentary history of the state of New York) 

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history of Manhattan Island and its vicinity under the Dutch. 
289P. N. Y. 1878. 929.2 St58 

Tienhoven, Cornelis van. Brief statement or answer to some of the 
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Korte historiael ende journaels aenteyckeninge van verscheyden 

voyagiens in de vier deelen des wereldts-ronde als Europa, Africa, 
Asia ende Amerika gedaen. 190P. Hoorn 1655. V910 V96 

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voyagiens inde vier deelen des wereldts-ronde, als Europa, Africa, 
Asia, ende Amerika gedaen. Hoorn 1688. 
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334 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Vrics, D. P. dc. Voyages from Holland to America, A. D. 1632 to 

™°"'' 1644; translated from the Dutch by H: C. Murphy. iggp. 

N. Y. 7853. 917.3 qVgS 

Translation of the part of the foregoing work relating to New Netherland. 

Extracts from the voyages are printed in collections of the New York his- 

historioal society. 1841. ser. 2, 1:243-80, 974.7 N422 v.6. 

Voyages from Holland to America, A. D. 1632-1644; trans- 
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West Indische compagnie. Articulen met appobatie vande 
staten generael provisioneeljie beraemt by bewinthebberen van de 
compagnie. Hier zijn achter by gedruckt de vryheden van Nieu- 
Nederlant. Amsterdam 1631. 
Grolier cluh, p, 85, no. 255. 

Freedoms and exemptions granted by the board of the 19 of the 



incorporated West India company to all those who will plant 
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Wilson, J. G. Peter Minuit and Walter Van Twiller, 1626-37. 
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M'lnuit 1626-33 

Correspondence between the colonies of New Netherlands and New 
Plymouth, 1627, from the letter book of William Bradford, (see 
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974.7 N422 v.6 

Delaware — General assembly. Memorial services in honor of 
Peter Minuit, rst governor of New Netherlands, 1626-1632, and of 
New Sweden 1638, held Tuesday, Ap. 23, 1895, in the courthouse, 
Dover Del. under the auspices of the general assembly. 43p. 
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Gorges, Ferdinando. Letter to Capt. Mason about an expedition on 
the Dutch, Ap, 6, 1632, (see O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New 
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NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 335 

Kapp, Friedrich. Peter Minnewit aus Wesel am Rhein, {see Kapp, General his 
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Mason, John. Letter relative to the Dutch in New Netherland, Ap. 2, 
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From Loudon documents, v. 1. 

Mickley, J. J. Some account of William Usselinx and Peter Minuit. 
2 7p. Wilmington Del. 1881. (Delaware historical society. 

Papers, v. 3) 975.1 D37 

Minuit, p. 22-27. 

Moore, J. B. Notes for a memoir of Peter Minuit, one of the early 
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Sardemann, J. E. Peter Minuit, ist governor of New Netherlands ; 
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1629 ; privileges and exemptions for the patroons, masters or par- 
ticular persons who shall settle any colony or bring cattle therein, in 
New Netherland, considered for the service of the General West 
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patroons, masters and particular persons, {see Yates, J: V. N. & 
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Translated 1762 lay Abraham Lott jr. 

Charter of liberties and exemptions of 1629 ; privileges and 

exemptions for the patroons, masters and private individuals who 
shall settle any colony or bring cattle therein, in New Netherlands, 
considered for the service of the General West India company in 
New Netherlands and for the advantage of the patroons, masters 
and private individuals, {see New York historical society. Collec- 
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• Vryheden by de vergaderinghe van de negenthiene van de 



geoctroyeerde West-Indische compagnie vergunt aen alien den 
ghenen, die eenighe colonien in. Nieuw Nederlandt sullen planten. 
i6p. Amst. 1630. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Asher, p. 181-82, no. 331. 



336 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Wcst Indischc COHipagfiiie, Articulen met approbatie ven de Ho: 
VanTwiUer mog: heeren staten generael der Vereenichde Nederlanden pro- 

visioneelijc beraemt by bewinthebberen van de generale geoctro- 
ye^rde West-Indische compagnie hier zijn achter by ghedruckt 
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Wilson, J. G. Peter Minuit and Walter Van Twiller, 1626-37. (•^'^^ 
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Curler, Arent van. Account of the quarrel between himself and Van 
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Wilson, J. G. Arent van Curler and his journal of 1634-35. (see 
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C, V. W. Trou-hertighe onderrichtinge aen alle hooft participanten 
en lief-hebbers vande ge-octroyeerde West-Indische compagnie, 
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NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 337 

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1647. {see New York state bar association. Proceedings. 1899. 

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Dated 1645. 

Stuyvesani 16^7-64 

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338 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his. Amsterdam-Burgermeestereii. Conditien die door de heeren bur- 
stuyvesant germeesteren der stadt Amsteredam volgens 't gemaeckte accoordt 

met de West-Tndische compagnie eiide d'approbatie van hare Hog. 
mog. de heeren staten generael der Vereenighde Nederlanden daer 
op gevolght, gepresenteert werden aen alle gene, die als colo- 
niers na Nieuw-Nederlant willen vertrecken. i4p. Amst. 

1656. N. Y. pub. hb. 

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A pi-ominent opponent of Gov. Stuyvesant. 

Beverningk, Hieronymus van 6-" others. Verbael gehouden door 
de heeren H. van Beverningk, W. Nieuport, J. van de Perre en A. 
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de heeren staeten generael der Vereenigde Nederlanden aen de 
republyk van Engelandt waer in omstandighlyck gevonden werdt 
de vredehandelinge met gemelde republyk onder het protectoraet 
van Cromwell. 7i6p. 's Gravenhage 1725. 942.064 B46 
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The Verbael treats on the negotiations of Dutch ambassadors with the 
English reiiublic in 1651 and 1652 and contains also the speeches and reports 
on that (question. 

Bogaert, Johannes. Two original letters relating to the expedition 
of Gov. Stuyvesant against Fort Casimir on the Delaware, [see 
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Brief and true narrative of the hostile conduct of the barbarous natives 

towards the Dutch nation; translated by E. B. O'Callaghan. 

48p. Alb. 1863. 974-7 B76 

The original Dutch manuscript (a petition dated Oct. ;il, 1(15.5) is contained 

in Colonial manuscriins, v. 6, in New York state library. 

Cist, L: J. Memorials of Gov. Stuyvesant. {see Historical magazine, 
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Dyck, Hendrik van. Defence of Hendrik van Dyck, fiscal in New 
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With portrait. Alsom Xaiional )iiagasinc, A-p. 1S9'2, 15:511-602, 973 M271. 

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boundaries in New Netherland, dated the 23d Jan. 1664; and. 
Letter to the villages situated in New Netherland. {see O'Calla- 
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Original document — Letter of the board of nine men, accrediting 
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Parton, James. Peter Stuyvesant. {see Parton, James. Colonial 
pioneers.. 1890. p. 28-34) E973.2 H62 



340 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Sccond part of the Aniboyna tragedy; or, A faithful account of a 
Stuyvesant bloody, treacherous and cruel plot of the Dutch in America, pur- 

porting the total ruin and murder of all the English colonists in 
New England, 1653. (see O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New 
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Stuyvesant, Mrs Judith. Will, 1678-79; translated, (.f^^ Old New 
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Gov. Stuyvesant's journey to Esopus 1658; verbal and written 

report concerning the occurrences and affairs at the Esopus. {see 
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Letters to Gov. John Winthrop. [see Massachusetts historical 

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Report of Hon. Peter Stuyvesant, late director-general of New 



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Tienhoven, Cornelis van. Information relative to taking up land 
in New Netherland, in the form of colonies or private boweries. 
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lant, met versoeck van hulp, ende assistentie vande macht van 
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Translation of part relating to New Netherland in Asher, p, 210-13. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 34I 

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der Nederlantsche AVest Indische compagnie aende d'heeren staten English period 
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Peter Stuyvesant, late director- general of New Netherland, with 
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English colonial governors, {see Howell, G: R. & Tenney, Jonathan. 
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Fernow, Berthold. The middle colonies, {see Winsor, Justin, ed. 
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Marshall, O. H. The New York charter, 1664 and 1674. {see 
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Largely on boundary troubles. 

New York charter, 1664 and 1674. {see his Historical writings. 

1887. p. 321-32) N. Y. state lib. 

N. Y. (state)-Historian. Annual report. v.2-3. Alb. 1897-98. 

974.7 N42S 
V. 2-3 called Colonial series v. 1-2 ; tLis series has for its purpose tlie print- 
ing of the English volumes of the Xfw Forfc colonial niss of which v. 22-24 
have been already issued. Tbese two volumes also include all the muster 
rolls to be found in the same series of manuscripts with a full index of names. 

Papers relating to the trade and manufactures of the province of 
New York, 1705-57. (see X. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. 
Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 1:709-36. 974.7 N424 
1850-51. 1:483-99. 974.7 qN423 

Pearson, Jonathan. Indian wars on the border, 1662-1713. {see his 
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974.744 qSch2 



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Stevens, J: A. English in New York, 1 664-1689. (see Winsor, Jus- General his- 
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later proceedings of the Hollanders, by a meaner hand. lyip. 
Lond. 1672. 942.066 D75 

Sommiere aenteyckeninge ende deductie ingestelt by de gede- 

puteerden van de Ho : Mog : heeren staten general der Vereenighde 

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This was the first energetic protest of the Dutch government against the 
capture of New Netherland by the English. 

Verdere aenteyckeninge of duplyque op seeckere replyue van- 
den Heer George Downing, extraordinaris envoye vanden coningh 
van Groot Brittagne, jegens de Remarques vande gedeputeerden 
vande Ho : Mo : heeren staten generael der Vereenighde Neder- 
landen : ingestelt 30 Dec. 1664. 256P. 'sGravenhage r666. 
See notes under immediately jireceding entry. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 345 

Kort en bondigh verhael van't geene in den oorlogh tusschen den General his- 
koningh van Engelant etc. en de H. M. heeren staten der vrije i^icoHa 
Vereenighde Nederlanden en den bisschop van Munster is voorge- 
vallen beginnende in den jare 1664 en eyndigende met het sluiten 
van de vrede tot Breda in 't jaer 1667. 255P. Amst. 

1667. ¥949,204. K84 

Asher, yi. 217, do. r'>-"i3. 
A French edition -was piiuted at Amsterdam iu 1688 : now very rare. 

Lawrence, Eugene. Richard Nicolls, the first EngUsh governor, 
1664-68. {see Wilson, J. G. et/. Memorial history of the city of 
New York. 1892-93. 1:307-40) 974-71 qW69 

Also in National magazine, May 1892, 16: 1-27, 973 M271. 

N. Y. (state) — Library. Colonial records: General entries, v. r, 
1664-65, transcribed from manuscripts in the state library, 
p. 51-204. Alb. 1899, N. Y. state lib. 

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N. Y. state lib. 
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p. 5-58. 

Tiauslation of tbe 1st New Netherland charter, granted 1614, 
p. 59-60. 

Translation of the commission of Stnyvesant, p. 62-63. 
Copy of the duke of York's commission to Richard Nichols, 
p. 63-64. 

Official documents relating to the surrender of New Netherland, 
1664, p. 64-69. 

Translation of a letter of Sec. Van Ruyven to Putoh villages on 
Long Island announcing the surrender, p. 69. 

Translation of a letter from officials of New Amsterdam to the 
West India company, p. 70-71. 

Translation of a letter from Rev. Samuel Drisius to the classis of 
Amsterdam, dated 15 Sep. 1664, p. 72-73. 

T^ichols, G(?i'. Richard. Gov. Nichols' answer to the several queries 
relating to the planters in the territories of the duke of York in 
America, {see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary 
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i85o-5r. I : 59. 974.7 qN423 
Made about 1669. 



346 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- ScizuFC of Xew Netherland by the English, {see Holland society of 
1668-73°^' -^^^^ York. Yearbook. 1899. p. 69-77) 974.7 qH7i 

Extracts from Mrs Lamb's History of the city of Xnw Yorlc ; and, Brodhead's 
History of tin- state of New York. 

Treaty between Col. Richard Nicolls, governor of New York and 
the Esopus Indians, 1665. (see Ulster county historical society. 
Collections, i860, i : 59-65) 974.734 UI7 

Lorelare i66S-^j 

Vermilye, A. G. Francis Lovelace and the recapture of New 
Netherland, 1668-74. [see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of 
the city of New York. 1892-93. 1 . 341-62) 974-71 qW69 

Also in 2\alional mai/.izinc, JuQe 1892, 16: 129-48, 973 M271. 

DtitcJi occiifnAtiun 1673-7 Ji- 

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Sharpe, John. Surrender of New York to the Dutch, {see Massa- 
chusetts historical society. Collections. 1889. ser. 6, 3 : 436-44) 

974.4 M38 V.S3 

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DeHcriptliin 

Beschryvinge van eenige voorname kusten in Oost en West Indien; 
als Zueriname, Nieuw-Nederland, Florida, van haar gelegentheyd, 
aart en gewoonte dier volkeren, hun koophandel, godsdienst en 
zelzaame voorvallen, door verscheidene liethebbers gedaen. iSop. 
Leeu warden 1716. 
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Blome, Richard. A description of the island of Jamaica, with the 
other isles and territories in America to which the English are 
related. 88p. Lond. 1678. 917-29 B62 

New York. p. 76-78. 

— ■ The present state of his majesties isles and territories in America 

with new maps of every place, together with astronomical tables 
from the year 1686 to 1700. 262p. Lond. 1687. 917-3 B621 
New York, p. 201-9. 



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Blome, Richard. L'Amerique anelaise ; ou, Description des isles et Generai'his- 

, . id;; t- jQ^y^ i674-l7ig, 

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33ip, Amst. 1688. 917.3 B62 

NouvBlle York, p. 256-57. 

Burton, R. The English empire in America ; or, A view of the 
dominions of the crown of England in the West Indies with an ac- 
cq^nt of the discovery, situation, product and other excellencies and 
rarities of these countries. Ed. 5. igip. Lond.1711. N.Y. state lib. 
Xew York, p. 90-96. 

Dankers, Jasper & Sluyter, Peter. Journal of a voyage to New 
York and a tour in several of the American colonies in 1679-80; 
tr. from the original manuscript in Dutch for the Long Island his- 
torical society and edited by H: C. Murphy. 44op. Brooklyn 
1867. (/;/ Long Island historical society. Memoirs, 1867. v. i) 

974.721 L8s 

Duyckinck, E. A. A peep into New Netherland 200 years ago. (see 
Putnam's magazine, Ap. 1868, 11 :479-87) 051 P98 

Description of tlie above journal of Dankers and Sluyter. 

Knight, Mrs Sarah (Kemble). Journals of Madam Knight and Rev, 

Mr Buckingham, from the original mss written in 1704 and 17 10. 

i29p, N. Y. 1825. 917-4 K.741 

Contents: Private journal kept by Madam Knight on a jnurne.v from Boston 

to New York iu tbe year 1704, p. '^-16. 

Diary of Uie laud expedition against Crown Point in tbe year 
1711, kept by Eev. John Buckingham, p. 101-29. 

Private journal of a journey from Boston to New York in the 

year 1704. 92P. Alb. 1865, 9i7-4 K74 

Lacroix, A. P. de. Algemeene weereld-beschryving nae de rechte 
verdeeling der landschappen, plaetsen, zeeeo, rivieren, &c. geo- 
graphisch, politisch, historisch, chronologisch en genealogisch in't 
fransch beschreeven, in de hoogduitsche tael overgebraght met 
veel' aenmerkingen en verbeteringen door Hieronymus Dicelius; nu 
vertaeld nae den tweeden druk met veel' aenmerkenswaerdige 
byvoegzelen opgehelderd door S, de Vries met landkaarten van 
N. Sarson, 3V. Amst. 1705. 910 L112 

Asher, p. 27-28, no. 20. 

This description is remarkable by the fact that it contains the same state- 
ment regarding the foundation of New Amsterdam as was made byStuyvesant 
in his letter to Nicholls in 1664, viz, that the town was founded iu 1623. 
New Netherland, 3:.338-39. 



348 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

t°ry;'i67VJ7ig Lodwick, Chadcs . New York in 1692; letter from Lodwick to Mr 
Francis Lodwick and Mr Hooker dated May 20, 1692 read before 
the Royal society of London; copied from the original in the British 
museum, [see New York historical society. Collections, 1849, 
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Melton, Edward. Aenmerkenswaardige en zeldzame West Indische 
zee- en landreizen door de Carabische eylanden, Nieuw-Neejerland, 
Virginien en de Spaanische West-lndien. g6p, Amst, 1705. 
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from 16.S2 to the death of the uiithor, who was in New York duiiug the quar- 
rel hetween England and Holland. 
New NotherlanJ, p. 16-46. 

Edward Meltons zeldzaame en gedeiikwaardige zee-en land 

reizen door Egypten, West-lndien, Perzien, Turkyen, Oost-Indien 
aangevangen in den jaare 1660 en geeindigd in den jaare 1677. 
Amst. 1681. 910.4 M49 

Asher, p. 24, no. 16. 

New Netherland, p. 136-51. 

Cootents of the part concerning New Nelherland, in Miiller, p. 49-50. 

Eduward Meltons zeldzaame en gedenkwaardige zee-en land rei- 



zen door Egypten, West Indien, etc. aangevangen in den jaare 1660 
en geeindigd in den jaare 1677. 495P. Amst. 1702, N.Y. pub.lib. 
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Exact reprint Cjf 1st edition, 1681. 

Miller, John. Description of the province and city of New York with 
plans of the city and several forts as they existed in the year 1695; 
now first printed from the original manuscript; to which is added a 
Catalogue of an extensive collection of books relating to America, 
on sale by the publisher Thomas Rood. 43-I-115P. Lond, 
1843. 917-47 M611 

■ — Description of the province and city of New York with plans of 

the city and several forts as they existed in the year 1695 ; a new 
edition with an introduction and copious historical notes by J: G. 
Shea. i27p. N. Y. 1862. (Gowans' bibliotheca Americana 3) 

917.47 M61 
Partly reprinted in Stedman. Library of American literature. 1888-90. 
2:209-10, R810.8 qSt3. 

Pitman, Henry. A relation of the great sufferings and strange 
adventures of Henry Pitman, chyrurgion to the late duke of Mon- 
mouth, containing an account : i Of the occasion of his being en- 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 349 

gaged in the duke's service: 2 Of his tryal, condemnation and General his- 
tory 
transportation to Barbadoes, etc. How he made his escape in a Androa 

small open boat with some of his fellow captives, etc. Lond. 1689. 
Giolier club, p. 89, no. 270. 

History 

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the son of an exiled Huguenot, (see Huguenot society of America. 
Proceedings. 1891. 2:27-57) N.Y. state hb. 

Morris, J: J. Captain Silvester Salisbury, [see Magazine of Ameri- 
can history, Mar. 1888, 19:233-44) 973 M27 
Caiue to Now York at the time of the English conquest and held impoi-taiit 
offices. 

Van Rensselaer, Mrs Sarah. Nicholas Bayard and his times, {see 
/;«• Ancestral sketches. 1882. p. 63-127) 923.27 qV35 

Beginning of constitutional government 
1674-88 

Papers relating to the restoration of New York to the English, and to 
the charges against Captain Manning for its previous surrender to 
the Dutch, 1674, 1675. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. 
Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 3:65-100. 974.7 N424 
1850-51. 3:43-65- 974-7 qN423 

Andros 1674-8^ 

Andros, Gov. Edmund. Answers of Gov. Andros to enquiries about 
New York, 1678. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Docu- 
mentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. I : 88-92. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 1:60-62. 974-7 qN423 

Charles 2, ki7ig of Great Britain. Charter of libertys and privileges 

granted by his royal highness to the inhabitants of New York and 

its dependencies, 1683. (jd-d- Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany) 

i8S°-S9- 4:32-39- 974.743 M92 
Ed. 2. 1869-71. 4:25-32. 974-743 M921 

Ferguson, Henry. Sir Edmund Andros. 32p. n.p. n.d. 

923.27 An23 

An address delivered before the Westchester county historical society, 
Oct. 28, 1892. 



350 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Moore, J. B. Sir Edmund Andros, {see American quarterly 
uongan r register, Feb, 1841, 13 : 273-75) 37o-S Am35 

Sir Edmund Andros. {see Moore, J. B. Memoirs of American 

governors. 1846, 1:403-22) 923,27 M78 

Only V. 1 published : also appeared under title /.(row of the governors of New 
Plynundli and Massachitseits Bay, 923.27 M781. 

Sir Edmund Andros. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council, Manual. 
1869. 27 : 768-71) 352.0747 N4k 

Stone, W: L. Administration of Sir Edmund Andros, 1674-82. {see 
^\'ilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 
1892-93. 1:363-98) 974.71 qW69 

Also in Xatioval macjazine, July 1892, 16:249-74, 973 M271. 

Whitmore, W: H. Sir Edmund Andros. {see Whitmore, W: H. ed. 
Andros tracts. 1868-74. i : pref. 5-49) . 974-4 W59 

Dongan J6S3-8S 

Benjamin, Marcus. Thomas Dongan and the granting of the New 
York charter, 1682-88. {see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history 
of the city of New York. 1892-93. 1:399-452) 974-7i qW69 
Also iu , Vafiona! mc((/azt»c, Aug, 1892, 16:37:1-97, 973 M271. 

Brodhead, J: R. The duke of York's approval of the New York 
bill of rights, 1684. {see Historical magazine, Aug. 1862, 
6:233) 973 H62 

Clarke, R. H. Hon. Thomas Dongan, governor of New York, {see 
Catholic world, Sep. 1869, 9: 767-82) 205 C28 

Danaher, F. M. Address delivered before the Dongan club of Albany, 
N. Y. July 22, 1889, 55p. Alb, 1889, 923.27 qL62 

Sketch of Gov. Dongan. 

Dealey, P. F. The great colonial governor. {see Magazine of 
American history, Feb. 1882. 8: 106-11) 973 M27 

Thomas Dongau. 

Dongan, Gov. Thomas. Gov Dongan's report to the committee of 
trade on the province of New York, dated 22d Feb. 1687. {see 
N. Y. (state) — State Secretary of. Documentary history of the 
state of New York) 1849-51. 1:145-89. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 1:93-118. 974.7 qN423 

Also in Mamial of ihe city of JSfew Tori-. 1850. 9:456-86,352.0747 N4k. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 35 1 

Moore, C: B. Laws of 1683; old records and old politics, {see New General his- 
York genealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1887, 18 : 49-63) ^'"s "^'"'•"" 

929.1 qN42i 

W^insor, Justin. Denonville and Dongan. {see his Cartier to Fron- 
tenac, 1894. p, 326-40) 973-i W73 

King William's war i688-g8 

For French and Indian expedition of 1690 and the burning of Schenectady, 
see Schenectady county, p. 497. 

Beyard, Nicholas & Lodowick, Charles. Journal of the late 
actionsof the French at Canada. 55p. N.Y. 1868. N. Y. pub. lib. 
Keprint of London ed. of 1693. 

Journal of the late actions of the French at Canada, with the 

manner of their being repuls'd by his excellency, Benjamin Fletcher, 
their majesties gouvernour of New York, to which is added : i An 
account of the present state and strength of Canada; 2 The examina- 
tion of a French prisoner; 3 His excellency, Benjamin Fletcher's 
speech to the Indians ; 4 An address from the corporation of 
Albany. 22p. Lond. 1693. V974.7 B46 

Brodhead, J: R. The government of Sir Edmund Andros over New 
England in 1688 and 1689 ; read before the New York historical 
society Dec. 4 1866. 4op. Morrisania N.Y. 1867. N. Y. state lib. 
Also in Historical magazine, Jan. 1867, ser. 2, 1: 1-14, 973 H62 v.ii. 
New England as used here included all the territory (except Pennsylvania) 
between Maryland and Canada. 

De Peyster, J. W. Benjamin Fletcher, colonial governor of the 
province of New York 30th Aug. 1692 to 13th Ap. 1698; a bio- 
graphical sketch or address to be read before the Oneida county 
historical society. ii8p. N.Y, 
Address proper, and 112 p. of notes. 30 copies printed. 
Griffin, p. 1042. 

Ford, W. C. Sketch of Sir Francis Nicholson, {see Magazine of 
American history, May 1893, 29:499-513) 973 M27 

Journall of what passed in the expedition of Coll. Benjamin Fletcher 
governor in chiefe of the province of New York, etc. to Albany to 
renew the covenant chain with the five canton nation of Indians. 
(see N. Y, (state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of 
the state of New York) 1849-51. 1:346-55, 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1:220-25. 974.7 qN423 



352 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Papers relating to the invasion of New York and burning of Schenec- 
i-s'sier tady by the French, 1690, (see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. 

Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 1:283-312. 974.7 N424 
1850-51. 1:177-95. 974-7 qN423 

Contents: Project of the Chevalier de Callieres, governor of Montreal, 
Jan. 1689. 
Memoir of instructions to Count de Froutenae, Juue 1689. 
Account of the most remarkable occurrences in Canada from 
Nov. 1689 to Nov. 1690, by 51. de Monseignat. 

Receipt of news of burning of Schenectady in Albany. 
List of people killed and taken prisoners. 

Letters : Jacob Leisler to Maryland; Jacob Leisler to the bishop 
of Salisbury; Robi;rt Livingston to Sir Edmond Audros; Jacob 
Leisler to the governor of Barbadoes; Mr Van Courtlandt to Sir 
Edmond Andros; Mr Livingston to Capt. Nicholson. 

The red sea men. [see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 
1857. 16:455-79) 352-0747 N4k 

Schuyler, John. Journal of Capt. John Schuyler on his expedition to 
Canada and Fort La Prairie during the latter part of Aug. 1690; tr. 
by S. Alofson, from the original Dutch manuscript, (see New 
Jersey historical society. Proceedings. 1845-46. 1:72-74) 

974.9 N421 

Shea, J: G. Early New York history from Canadian sources; the 
New York expedition of 1690. (see Historical magazine, May 
1868, ser. 2, 3 : 263-65) 973 H62 v.13 

Todd, C: B. Benjamin Fletcher and the rise of piracy, 1692-98. (see 
Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892- 

93. 1:489-522) 974-71 q^V69 

Also in National magazine, Oct. 1892, 16: 625-51, 973 M271. 

Leisler i6Sg-gi 
Brooks, E. S. Jacob Leisler in The Begum's daughter, (j-f^ Critic,. 
June 7, 1890; 16:288) 051 qC86 

Chandler, P. W. Trial of Jacob Leislerbefore a special court of oyer and 
terminer for high treason, New York, 1691. (see Chandler, P. W. 
American criminal trials. 1841-44, 1:255-66) N. Y. state law lib. 

Documents relating to the administration of Jacob Leisler. (see New ' 
York historical society. Collections. 1868. Publication fund 
ser, I : 237-426) 974-7 N42 



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HofTman, C: F. Administration of Jacob Leisler, a chapter in Ameri- General his- 
can liistory. (see Spark's library of American biography. 1844. LeMer 
13: 179-238) 920.07 Sp2 

Kapp, Friedrich. Jacob Leisler aus Frankfurt am Main. {see 
Kapp, Friedrich. Geschichte der Deutschen im staate New York. 
1869. P.34-S7) 325-243 K14 

Leisler's grave, {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1856. 
15:439-41) 352-0747 N4k 

Letter from a gentleman of the city of New York to another concern- 
ing the troubles which happened in that province at the time of the 
late happy revolution. 24p. N. Y. 1698. Printed by WiUiam 
Bradford. N. Y. pub. lib. 

{see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of 

the state of New York) 1849-51. 2:423-35. 974'7 N424 

1850-51. 2:243-49. 974.7 qN423 

Against Leisler. Only three copies known. Also reprinted in CoUcctanea- 
adamentea. v. 23. 

Loyalty vindicated ; being an aiiswer to a late false, seditious and 
scandalous pamphlet entitled A letter from a gentleman, etc. 28p, 
Bost. 1698. 

Wiusor, 5:240. Reprinted in collections of tlie New York bistoi'ical soci- 
ety. 1868. Publication fund ser. 1:363-94, 974.7 N42. 

Marriage of Jacob Milborne and Mary Leisler. {see N. Y. (city) — Com- 
mon council. Manual. 1869. 27 : 737-48) 352.0747 N4k 
Includes sketch of the Leisler troubles. 

A modest and important narrative of several grievances and great 
oppressions that the peaceable and most considerable inhabitants of 
their majesties province of New York in America, lie under, by the 
extravagant and arbitrary proceedings of Jacob Leysler and his 
accomplices, n.p. n.d. 
Grolier club, no. 9, p. 10 ; Winsor, 5 : 240. 

Myers, T. B. Jacob Leisler. (see Historical magazine, Jan. 1872, 
ser. 3, I : 18-20) 973 H62 V.21 

Papers relating to the administration of Lieut. Gov. Leisler, 1689-91. 
{see N, Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of 
the state of New York) 1849-51. 2:1-438. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 1:1-250. 974,7 qN423 



354 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Genera! his- Purplc, E. R. Genealogical notes relating to Lieut. Gov. Jacob 

Beiiomont Leislcr and his family connections in New York. 24p. N. Y. 

1877. 929.2 qLs3S 

75 copies reprinted, with additions from the New Yorlc genealogical and 
biographical record. 

Schuyler, G: W. Jacob Leisler. {see Schuyler, G: W. Colonial 
New York. 1885. i : 337-80) 974-7 Sch6 

Seymour, C: C. B. Jacob Leisler. [see Seymour, C: C. B. Self- 
made men. 1858. p. 23-29) 920.02 Seg 

Smith, William. Rule of Jacob Leisler and his fate, {see Stedman, 
E, C. & Hutchinson, E. M. comp. Library of American literature. 
1888-90. 2 : 478-84) R810.8 qSt3 

From his History of tlie province of New York. 

Vermilye, A. G. Leisler troubles in 1689; an address delivered before 
the Oneida historical society. {see Old New York, Mar. 1891, 

2:369-403) 974-71 qoii 

Period of the Leisler troubles, 1688-92. {see Wilson, J. G. ed. 

Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 1:453-88) 

974.71 qW69 
Also in National magazine, Sep. 1892, 16:r)0ri-28, 973 M271. 

The wife of Jacob Leisler. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. 
Manual, i860. 19:594-95) 352.0747 N4k 

Queen Anne's war 1698-1719 

Golden, Gadwallader. Affairs of New York and New Jersey under 
the joint governors, {see New Jersey historical society, Proceed- 
ings. 1860-64. 9 : 92-94) 974-9 N421 
This communicatiou to Zenger's paper is an interesting- exposition of the 
characteristics of several early goTeruors. 

Beiiomont itgS-ijoi 

Campbell, W: W. An historical sketch of Robin Plood and Capt, 
Kidd. 263P. N. Y. 1853. 398.2 C15 

William Kidd, p. 97-263. 

De Costa, B: F. Captain Kidd; why he was hung. {see Galaxy, 
May 1869, 7 : 742) 051 G12 

De Peyster, Frederic. Life and administration of Richard, earl ot 
Beiiomont, governor of the provinces of New York, Massachusetts 
and New Hampshire from 1697-1701, an address before the New 
York historical society at its 75th anniversary 18 Nov. 1879. 
59p. N. Y. 1879. 923-27 qB4i 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 355 

Earl, Robert. Piracy in its relation to the colony of New York, {see General his- 
Herkimer county historical society. Papers for 1898. 1899. Beiiomont 
P-32-34) 974-761 H42 

Piracy in its relation to the colony of New York an address 



delivered before the Herkimer county historical society May 14, 
1898, {see his John Jost Herkimer. 1898. p. 5-7) 920 H42 

Felt, J. B. Captain Kidd, {see New England historical and genea- 
logical register, Jan. 1852, 6 : 77-84) 929,1 N422 

Full account of the proceedings in relation to Capt. Kidd in two letters 
written by a person of quality to a kinsman of the earl of Bellomont 
in Ireland, gip. Lond. 1701. 923.9 K53 

Journal of the voyage of the sloop Mary from Quebeck, together 
with an account of her wreck off Montauk Point, L. I, anno 1701 
with introduction and notes by E. B. O'Callaghan. 17 + 50P. .■\lb. 
1866. {in O'Callaghan, E. B. New York colonial tracts. 1866- 
72, V. 1) 974,7 Oci 

Montague, John. Arguments offer'd to the right honourable the 

lords commissioners for trade and plantation relating to some 

acts of assembly past at New-York in America. 23P. N. Y. 

1701. N. Y. pub-lib, 

A memorial on bebalf of several land owners and inhabitants of New York 

protesting against three acts : 1 Committing Ebonezer Williams and 

Samuel Burt for refusal to render an account of what they had formed 

the excise for; 2 Act for vacating, breaking and annulling of several 

extravagant grants of land, etc.; 3 Act for granting £1500 to the earl of 

Bellomont, £500 to John Nanfan, lieutenant governor. 

Murphy, H: C. The piracy of Captain Kidd. {see Littell's living 

age, Jan. 31, 1846, 8: 201-7) 051 L7r 

Parsons, C: ^A^. Bellomont and Rasle in 1699. {see Magazine of 

American history, Ap. 1885, 13:346-52) 973 M27 

Parton, James. Captain Kid. (j-^^ Parton, James. Colonial pioneers. 

1890. p. 45-51) E973.2 H62 

The piracy of Captain Kidd. {see Hunt's merchants magazine, Jan. 

1846, r4: 39-51) 332 Ms3 

T. A cruise with Kidd. (j-a'i? Belgravia, Oct. 1874, 24 : 473-79) 052 B41 
Taking' the oath of allegiance, r699. {see Munsell, Joel. Annals of 

Albany) 1850-59. 3 : 273-80. 974.743 M92 

Ed, 2. 1869-7T. 3 : i97-2or. 974,743 M921 

List of ihose signing in Albany, Schenectady, manor of Eensselaerwyck, 
Kinderhook, Catskill, etc. 



3S6 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

ufry"^""'^" Todd, C: B. Captain William Kidd. {see Lippincott's magazine, 

Nanfan Ap. 1882, 29 : 380-89) 05 1 L66 

Vermilye, A. G. The earl of Bellomont and suppression of piracy, 

1698-1791. {see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of 

New York. 1892-93. 2:1-49) 974-71 qW69 

Also in Xat'ional maga::in(\ Nov. 1892, 17: 1-3'1,_973 M271. 

Wooley, Charles. A two years journal in New York and part of its 
territories in America. gop. Lond. 1701. N. Y, pub. lib. 

A two years journal in New York and part of its territories in 

America; a new edition with an introduction and copious historical 
notes by E. B. O'Callaghan. 97P. N. Y. i860. (Gowan's 
bibliotheca Americana 2) 9i7'47 W88 

Partly reprinted in Stedtnan, Library of American lilirature. 1888-90. 
2:48-51, R810.8 qSta. 

Nanfan iyoi-2 

Account of the commitment, arraignment, tryal and condemnation of 
Nicholas Bayard, esq. for high treason in endeavoring to subvert 
the government of the province of New York in America by his 
signing and procuring others to sign scandalous libels, called peti- 
tions or addresses to his late majesty, King William, the parliament 
of England and the Lord Cornbury, now governour of that province. 
3ip. Lond. 1703. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Account of the illegal prosecution of Col. Nicholas Bayard in the 
province of New York for supposed high treason in the year 170^^ ; 
collected from several memorials taken by divers persons privately, 
the commissioners having strictly prohibited the taking of the tryal 
m open court,: 44P, -N,' Y. 1702. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Only tliree copies known. 

Case of William Atwood, esq. by the late King William constituted 
chief justice of the province of New York in America and judge of 
the admiralty there and in neighboring colonies; with a true account 
of the government and people of that province, particularly Bay- 
ard's faction and the treason for which he and Hutchins stand 
attainted. 23P. Lond. 1703. N, Y. pub. lib. 

(j-« New York historical society. Collections. 1881. Publica- 
tion fund ser. 13 : 239-319) 974-7 N42 

Chandler, P. W. Trial of Nicholas Bayard before a special court of 
oyer and terminer for high treason, New York 1702, {see Chand- 
ler, P. W. American criminal trials. 1841-44 i : 267-94) 

N. Y. state law lib. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 357 

Deed to King George the first reciting the surrender by the five General his 

nations of their beaver hunting country, [see N, Y. (state)-State, ^„9,I^{q'^^ 

Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of Nevt^ York) 

1849-51. 1:773-74. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1:525- 974 7 qN423 

Ualed July 19, 1701. 

Trial of Colonel Nicholas Bayard, in the province of New York for 
high treason, 1702. {see Howell, T.B. comp. Complete collection of 
state trials. 1809-16. v. 14, col. 471-516) N. Y. state law lib. 
V. 1-10 of this work kuowu as Cobbett's complete eollevtion of state trials. 

Cornbury iyo2-S 

For Eev. Francis Makemie's imprisonment, 1707, see New York city, 
Religions history, p. 433. 

Brodhead, J: R. Impeachment of Lord Cornbury as a forger, {see 
Historical magazine, Nov. 1863, 7 : 329-31) 973 H62 

Relates to the Malsemie affair. 

Lord Cornbury. (see Historical magazine, Feb. 1868, ser. 2, 

3: 71-72) 973 H63 V. r3 

Clarke, George. Voyage to America, with introduction and notes by 
E. B. O'Callaghan. 8i + i26p. N.Y. 1867, (w O'Callaghan, E. B. 
New York colonial tracts. 1866-72. v. 2) 974-7 Oci 

Secretary of the province 1703-43 :.biographic, including will and genealogy. 

Lord Cornbury. (see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 
1869. 27 : 763-64) 352.0747 N4k 

Sharp, John. Sermon preached at Trinity church in New York in 
America Aug. 13, 1706 at the funeral of the Rt Hon. Katherine 
Lady Cornbury. i6p. Lond. 1708. 923.27 C8ir 

Stone, W: L. Administration of Lord Cornbury. (see Wilson, J. G. 
ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 
2:55-92) 974.71 qW69 

Also in National magazine, Dec. 1892, 17:95-119, 973 M271. 

Lovelace ijoS-io 

Wilson, J. G. Lord Lovelace and the second Canadian campaign 

1708-10. {see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of 

New York. 1892-93. 2:93-120) 974-71 qW69 

Also in National magazine, Jan. 1893, 17:189-212, 973 M271; and in 

annual report of the American historical association, 1892. 3:267-97, 

973 Am33. 



358 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Hiinlir lyio-ig 

tory 

Hunter Por Palatine imniigratiou, see Palatines, p. 502: for tbe negro plot of 1712, 

see New York city, fjuglish period, p. 415. 

Buckingham, John. Diary of the land expedition against Crown 

Point in the year 171 1. (^if<? Knight, tJ/z-j- Sarah (Kemble). Journals 

of Madam Knight and Rev. Mr Buckingham. 1825. p. 101-29) 

917.4 K74t 

Mulford, Samuel. Memorial of several grievances and oppressions of 
his majesty's subjects in the colony of New York in America, [see 
American historical association. Annual report. 1892. 4:45-52) 

973 Am33 
Co|)y of a tract 1 dating to America found in Bodleian library by Prof. 
J. E. T. Rogers ; same as foUowiDg. 

Representations against the government of New York; a 

memorial of several aggrievances, etc. {see N. Y, (state)-State, 

Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. y-zd-i-^T,- ^1\-1 N424 

1850-51. 3:220-32. 974.7 qN423 

O'Callaghan, E: B. David Jamison, attorney general of the province 
of New York, 17 10. {see Magazine of American history, Jan. 
1877, I : 21-24) 973 M27 

Todd, C: B. Robert Hunter and the settlement of the palatines, 
1710-19. {see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of 
New York. 1892-93. 2 : 121-50) 974.71 qW69 

Period 1719-53 

Descri'ption. 

Colden, Cadwallader. Observations on the situation, soil, climate, 
water communications, boundaries, etc. of the province of New 
York. 1738. {see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of Docu- 
mentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 4:169-79. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 4:109-15. 974.7 qN423 

Kalm, Pehr. Beschreibung der reise die er nach dem nordlichen 
Anierika auf den befehl [tier schwedischen akademie der wissen- 
schaften] und offentliche kosten unternommen hat; eine iibersetz- 
ung. 3V. Gottingen 1754-64. 9i7>4 K12 

Travels in New York, 1748 and 1749, 2:377-400; 3: 194-341. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 359 

Kalm, Pehr. Travels into North America: containina; its natural his- '^="^';?:' ''Iv 

' ; n tory 1719-58 

tory and a circumstantial account of its plantations and agriculture 
in general, with the civil, ecclesiastical and commercial state of the 
country tr. into English by J: R. Forster, 3V. Warrington 
1770-71. 9i7'4 K122 

Travels in New York 1748 and 1749, 1 : 235-72 ; 2 : 223-352 ; 3 : 1-51. 

Ed. 2. 2V, Lond, 1772. 917.4 K121 

Travels iu New York 1748 and 1749, 1 : 183-212 ; 2:71-217. 

{see Pinkerton, John, ed. General collection of voyages. 

1808-14. 13:374-700) 910.8 qP65 

From 2d ed. Lond. 1772. Travels in New York 1748 and 1749, p. 452-64, 
573-619. 

Murray, James. Description of New York, 1737. {see Wilson, 
J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 
2 : 202-4) 974-7 1 qW6g 

Quinby, Josiah. Short history of a long journey ; it being some 
account of the life of Josiah Quinby, until he came to enter the 48th 
year of his age, with remarks and reflections upon his own past 
actions, 6ip. N, Y. 1740. N. Y. pub. lib. 

A quaker niercliant of Westchester county. 

Representation of the lords commissioners for trade and plantations 
to the king on the state of the British colonies in North America. 
42p, n. p. 1727. N. Y. state lib. 

State of New York in 1721. {see N. Y. (state) — Legislature. Docu- 
ments relative to the colonial history of the state of New York, 
1853-87. 5:600-2) R974-7 qN42i 

State of the province of New York 1738; 20 queries from the lords of 
trade with reports in answer, {see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary 
of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 4:163-241. 974.7 N424 
1850-51. 4:105-56. 974.7 qN423 

Histoni 

Delafield, M. M. William Smith, judge of the supreme court of the 
province of New York, {see Magazine of American history, Ap. 
1881,6:264-82) 973 M27 

Includes an account of his family. 



360 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- O'Callaghan, E. B. Biographical sketch of Francis Harison. {see 
ftlwe™ "^ New York genealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1878, 9 : 49-51) 

929.1 N421 

John Chambers ; one of the justices of the supreme court of 



the province of New York, [see New York genealogical and bio- 
graphical record, Ap. 1872, 3 : 57-62) 929.1 N421 

Freedom of the press 1719-36 
For troubles between Rev. Williiim Vesey and Alexander Campbell 1732; 
and for Kev. Louis Rou's disputes with the French church 1726; see New 
York city, Keligious history, p. 433. 

Administrations of William Cosby and George Clarke, 1732-174^. 
{see National magazine, May 1893, 18: 1-16) 973 M271 

Alexander, James. [Denial that he ever advised or consented to the 
Hon. George Clarke's taking on him the administration of this 
government, dated] N. Y. Mar. 24, 173!. ip. N.Y. 1736. 

V974.7 qN428 

Bobin, Isaac. Letters of Isaac Bobin, esq. private secretary of Hon . 
George Clarke, secretary of the province of New York, 1718-30, 
196P. Alb. 1872, {in O'Callaghan, E. B. New York colonial 
tracts. 1866-72. V. 4) 974-7 Ocr 

Campbell, Alexander. Maxima libertatis custodia est, ut magna 

imperia diuturna non sint, et tempora modus imponatur quibus juris 

imponi non potest. 2p. N. Y. 1732. N.Y. pub. lib. 

A political handbill on the dissolution of the assembly by the governor 

maintainingthe necessity of frequentelections. Printed by John Peter Zenger. 

Clarke, Gov. George. A proclamation in council [announcing the 
death of Gov. Cosby ; and charging all officers to continue to ex- 
ercise their offices until his majesty's pleasure shall be known] 
given this loth day of Mar. 1735. ip. N. Y. 1735. Printed by 
W: Bradford. N.Y. pub. lib. 

Proclamation [Oct. i, 1736.] Broadside 38x31 cm. N. Y. 

1736. V974.7 qN428 

Against Rip Van Dam. 

De Peyster, Frederic. Memoir of Rip Van Dam. 26p. N. Y. 
1865. 923.27 qV28 

With portrait. 

Dissolution, Robt. pseud. Letter from a gentleman in the country to 
a friend in town [protesting against the long session of the assembly 
without a dissolution]. ip. N.Y. 1732. N.Y. pub. lib. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 361 

George 2, king of Great Britain. His majesty's royal commission to p^^j.^^''*' '''^" 
William Cosby, for the government of the province of New York, freedom of 

^ tD6 prsss 

8p. N. Y. 1736. V974.7 qN428 

•George Clarke, (j-^^ N.Y. (city)— Common council. Manual. 1869. 
27 : 764-66) 352.0747 N4k 

Harison, Francis. To the right worshipful, the mayor, aldermen 

and commonalty of the city of New York. 9p. N. Y. 1734. 

¥974,7 qN428 
Defense of Harison against the accusation of Mr Alexander. 

Hon. Rip Van Dam. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual 
1865. 24:713-25) 352-0747 N4k 

Moore, J. B. William Burnett, (j-i?.? American quarterly register, Feb. 
1842, 14:290-95) 370.5 Am3S 

Morris, Lewis. Petition to the king in behalf of the inhabitants of 
New York for a redress of grievances, {see Historical magazine, 
Feb. 1867, ser. 2, 1 : 68-79) 973 H62 v.it 

Murray, Joseph. Mr Murray's opinion relating to the courts of jus- 
tice in the colony of New York, delivered to the general assembly 
12 June 1734. 44p. N. Y. 1734. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Nelson, William. Administration of William Burnet, 1720-28. {see 

Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 

1892-93. 2:151-78) 974-71 qW6g 

Also in National magasine. Mar. 1893, 17:399-421, 973 M271. 

Original documents relating to the life and administration of 

William Burnet, governor of New York and New Jersey 1720-28, 
and of Massachusetts and New Hampshire 1728-29. 217 p. 
Paterson N. J. 1897. 923.27 B93 

Edition of 50 copies. 

N. Y. (province)-Chifef justice. The opinion and argument of the 
chief justice of the province of New York concerning the jurisdic- 
tion of the supream court of the said province to determine causes in 
a course of equity. Ed. 2 corrected. N. Y. Printed and sold by 
J. Peter Zenger. 1733. N. "W i5p. folio. N. Y. pub. lib. 

This opinion on one of the points raised in the quarrel over their fees 
between Governor Coshy and Rip Van Dam the acting governor, led to the 
summary removal of Lewis Morris from the chief Justiceship. 

Ed. 3. rsp. N. Y. 1733. N. Y. -pub. lib. 

P, P. Letter from a gentleman in New York to his friend in London. 
3p. N. Y. 1733. V974.7 qN428 



362 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



General his- 
tory 

Frteflom of 
tlio press 



Publications relating to New York affairs under Governor Cosby. 
(set- N. Y. public library. Bulletin. July 1898. 2 : 249-55) 

027.4747 qN42i 
Describes the contents of a folio volume in tlie Lenox library containing 73 
documents relating to Cosby's administration collected by James Alexander, 
a participator in many of tbe events in questiou. 58 of tbe documents refer 
to the dispute between Rip Van Dam and the governor. Tlie remaSning 15 
relate mainly to Rev. Alexander Campbell. In the list are incorporated also 
titles of a few other works in the Lenox library relating to the same affairs. 

Report of the committee of his majesty's council to whom it was 
referred to examine and make inquiry touching a letter found in the 
house of Mr Alexander in New York on the ist day of Feb. 173^ 
in order to make the fullest discovery concerning the author oi the 
same. N. Y. Printed and sold by William Bradford in New York. 
1734. Folio up. V974.7 qN428 

Sentiments of a principal freeholder, offered to the consideration of 
the representatives of the province of New York who are now called 
to meet and sit the 14th of September, 1736. 4p. N. Y. 1736. 

N, Y. pub. lib. 

Smith, William. Mr Smith's opinion humbly offered to the general 
assembly of the colony of New York 7 June 1734, at their request 
occasioned by sundry petitions of the inhabitants of the city of New 
York, Westchester county and Queens county to the said gen- 
eral assembly, praying an establishment of courts of justice within 
the said colony by act of the legislature. 45P. N. Y, 1734. 

N. Y. pub. lib. 

& Alexander, James, a^wn. Arguments of the council for 

the defendant in support of a plea to the jurisdiction pleaded to a 
bill filed in a course of equity at the suit of the attorney general 
complainant against Rip Van Dam defendant, in the supream 
court of New York. 73P. N. Y. 1733. V974.7 qN428 

Conlenis: Proceedings of Rip Van Dam, esq. iu order for obtaining equal 
justice of his excellency, William Cosby, esq. p. 53-63. 

Farther i^roceedings concerning the case of Rip Van Dam, esqr. 
at the suit of the attorney general, being for the use of his excel- 
lency, Coll. Cosby, governour of this province, in t,he equity side of 
the exchequer, p. 65-68. 

Heads of articles of complaint, made by Rip Van Dam, esq. on 
Thursday tbe 30th of May, 1734, to the committee of grievances 
fipijointed by tbe general assembly for the province of New 
York reduced to writing by order of the said committee; who 
also ordered that a copy thereof be served on the chairman and 
Mr Justice Phillipse, p. 69-71. 

To all to whom these presents shall come or may any way oon- 
cern; Rip Van Dam sendeth greeting, p. 69-73. 
Pages are numbered incorrectly. There are two each of pages 69, 70 and 71. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 363 

To F.-H. [Francis Harison] esq: I am very much oblig'd to you for General his- 
your sincere wishes. 4p. N. Y. 1732, Printed by J; P: Zenger. Freedom of 

N. Y. pub hb. 
Letter in answer to Andrew Fletcher's letter to Mr A. C. defending the 
positions maintained in his former publication; stating that Mr C. (Alexander 
Campbell) had nothing to do with the paper signed Robt. Dissolution nor any 
others, except one signed M. B. maintaining the advantages of annual 
elections. 

To Mr A. C. [Alexander Campbell] : While you were pleased to bring 
your private affairs upon the carpet. 3p. N. Y. 1732, 

N. Y. pub. lib. 
An open letter dated Aug. 22, 1732, in answer to three jiapers by him protest- 
ing against the present support of his majesty's government in the province, 
and urging an immediate dissolution of the assembly, after the Oswego bill 
and the excise bill have been passed. Probably by Francis Harison. 

Van Dam, Rip. Copy of a letter dated Ap. 26, 1736 to the several 
members of that general assembly of New York that stood ad- 
journed to the last Tuesday of Mar. 1736. 4p. N. Y. 1736? 

V974.7 qN428 
Including action of the general assembly on the letter. 

Heads of articles of complaint, by Rip Van Dam, esq. against 

his excellency. Governor William Cosby, governor of New York ; 
to which is prefixed Mr Vandam's letter sent to his excellency with 
a copy of those articles ; as also a letter from some of the gentlemen 
of the council of New York to the duke of Newcastle in answer 
to the several articles of complaint ; and, A reply to those answers of 
the gentlemen of the council. 28p. Bost. 1734. V974.7 qN428 
Arranged iu 3 parallel columns. 

Van Pelt, Daniel. The city [New York] under Gov. John Mont- 
gomerie, 1728-32. (see Wilson, J. G, ed. Memorial history of the 
city of New York. 1892-93. 2:179-208) 974-71 qW69 

Also in Y«(ioMoi ma?a«iKe, Ap. 1893, 17: 493-516, 973 M271. * 

A vindication of James Alexander, one of his majesty's council for the 
province of New York and of William Smith, attorney at law, from 
the matters charged and suggested against them in two pamphlets 
lately pubhshed. The one a paper addressed to the mayor, alder- 
men and commonalty of the city of New York by the honourable 
Francis Harison. The other a report of the committee of his 
majesty's council touching a letter found in the house of Mr Alex- 
ander. To which is added a supplement containing a brief account 
of the case of WiUiam Trusdell, against the honourable Francis 



,^64 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Harison. Printed by John Peter Zenger, and to be sold by him at 

^'^'"eer- his house in Broad street, near the upper end of the long bridge in 

New York. 1733. Folio 2op. N. Y. 1733. V974.7 qN428 

Wheelwright, Timothy, pseud. [Letter from brother tradesmen, with 

his answer,] dated Sep. 12, 1734. 3p. n.p. 1734. V974.7 qN428 

Willes, J. Case of Lewis Morris, late chief justice of the province of 
New York who was removed from the said office by William Cosby, 
governor of the said province. 8p. n.p. 1735. V974.7 qN428 

Word in season. 2p. F. N.Y. 1736. V974.7 qN428 

Dated N. Y. Sep. 28, 1736 and printed by Zenger. Concerning tbe trouble 
between the rival governors Rip Van Dam and George Clarke. 

Zenger 
Alexander, James & Smith, William. The complaint to the com- 
mittee of the general assembly of the colony of New York, etc. 
i9p. N.Y. 1735? V974.7 qN428 

Alexander and Smitli, counsel for Zenger, baving raised a point as to the 
legality of tbe court, were immediately disbarred. 

Fisher, J. F. Andrew Hamilton, esq. of Pennsylvania, {see Pennsyl- 
vania magazine of history and biography, Ap. 1892, 16:1-27) 

974.8 P382 
Zenger's counsel. 

Freedom of the press vindicated, [see Harper's magazine, July 1878, 

57:293-98) 051 H23 

Relates to Zenger. 

Kapp, Friedrich. Johann Peter Zenger, der Deutsche drucker; ein 

pressprozess aus dera jahre 1735. {see Kapp, Friedrich. Geschichte 

der Deutschen im staate New York. 1869. p.i7i-99') 325.243 K14 

Lawrence, Eugene. Freedom of the press in New York in 1733-35. 

{see National magazine, July, 1893, 18 : 113-27) 973 M271 

'' William Cosby and the freedom of the press, 1732-36. {see 

Wilson, J. G, ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892- 
93- ^: 209-58) 974.71 qW69 

N. Y. (province) — Chief justice. The charge of the Hon. James De 
Lancey, esq ; chief justice of the province of New York, to the gen- 
tlemen of the grand jury for the city and county of New York on 
the 15th day of January, 1733, New York. Printed and sold by 
William Bradford. N.Y. 1733. Folio 6p. V974.7 qN428 
This charge is mainly devoted to the suiiject of libels, and may be looked 
upon as the first step in the prosecution of Zenger. 



neral his- 

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NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 365 

N. Y. (province) — Chief justice. Charge of the Hon. James De g^^' 

Lancey, chief justice to the gentlemen of the grand jury for the i'^enger trial 
city and county of New York the 15th of October 1734. 8p. 
N. Y. 1734. V974.7 qN428 

N. Y. (province) — Governor. Proclamation [offering ^20 reward 
for the discovery of the authors of two scandalous songs or 
ballads lately dispersed in the city of New York.] ip. N. Y. 

1734. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Proclamation [offering ^50 reward for the discovery of the 

authors of the scandalous, virulent, and seditious reflections con- 
tained in no. 7, 47, 48 and 49 of Zenger's N. Y. weekly journal] 
6 Nov. 1734. ip. N. Y. 1734. V974.7 qN428 

Some observations on the charge given by the honourable James D. 
Lancey, esq : chief justice of the province of New York to the 
grand jury the 15th day of January, 1733. [Colophon] New 
York. Printed and sold by John Peter Zenger. i8p. N. Y. 
1734. V974.7 qN428 

Song made upon the election of new magistrates for this city. Also A 
song made upon the foregoing occasion. ip. N. Y. 1734. 

N. Y. pub. lib. 
These are the two " virulent, scandalous and seditious " songs brought into 
question when Zenger was arrested Nov. 17, 1734. 

Steiner, B. C. Andrew Hamilton and John Peter Zenger. {see 
Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, Oct. 1896, 
20:405-8) 974.8 P382 

Watson, J: F. Presentation of the freedom of the city of New York 
to Andrew Hamilton of Philadelphia, {see Pennsylvania historical 
society. Collections. 1853. i : 79-80) 974.8 P385 

Accounts of Zenger trial 
The trial of Joho Peler Zeuger in 1735, was the germ of Amerieau free- ' 
dom — the morning star of that liberty which subsequently revolutionized 
America. Gouverneur Morris to Dr John TV. Francis 

Chandler, P- W. Trial of John Peter Zenger before the supreme 
court of New York for two libels on the government, New York 
1735. {see Chandler, P. W. American criminal trials. 1841-44. 
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Trialof Zenger in New York, in the year 1735, (j-^^ N. Y. (city)- 

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General his- Chandler, P. W. Trial of Zenger in New York in the year 1735. 
Zeuger trial (^see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 

1855. p. 202-11) 974-71 R28 

Fi'om Chandler's ci-iminal trials. 

Remarks on Zenger's tryal, taken out of the Barbados gazette's for the 
benefit of the students in law and others in North America by Indus 
Britannicus. Printed by Andrew Bradford. Phil. 1737. 

7ip. N. Y. pub. lib. 

no. 466-69 of the Pennsylvania gazette contaiu an answer to this written by 

James Alexander. N. Y. pub. lib. 
This and the following work are attributed by Hildeburn to Jonathan 

Elenraan, king's attorney in Barbados. 

Remarks on Zenger's trial, taken out of the Barbados gazette, for the 
benefit of the students in law and others in North America. S3P' 
X. Y. 1770. Reprinted by H, H. Game. 

Remarks on Zenger's trial by Anglo-Americanus. (see Caribbeana. 
1 74 1. 2 : 198-221) N. Y. state lib. 

Remarks on Zenger's trial by Indus- Britannicus, [see Caribbeana. 
174T. 2 : 225-41) N. Y. state lib. 

These two papers were published together as UemarTcs on the trial of John 
Peter Zenger. Lend. 17.38. 

Remarks on the trial of John Peter Zenger, printer of the N. Y. 
weekly journal, who was lately try'd and acquitted for printing and 
pubhshing two libels against the government of that province. 
Printed for J. Roberts. 27p. Lond. 1738. N. Y. state law lib. 

By two emiuent lawyers in one of our colonies. Preface. Criticized in 
CariUeana, 2:264-73. 

Zenger, J: P: Brief narrative of the case and tryal of Zenger, printer 
of the New York weekly journal. 42p. N. Y. 1736 ; printed by J: 
P: Zenger, Ed. i. V974.7 qN428 

Tryal of John Peter Zenger of New York, printer, who was lately 

try'd and acquitted for printing and publishing a libel against the 
government. 32P, Lond. printed for J. Wilford 1738. 

Ed. 2. 32p. Lond. printed for J. Wilford 1738 

, Ed. 3. 32p. " " 1738 

Ed. 4. 32p. " " 1738 



Ed. 1-4 in N. Y. pub. lib. ; ed. 4 iu N. Y. state law lib. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL. HISTORY 367 

Zenger, J: P: Tryarl of John Peter Zenger of New York, printer, who General Ms- 
was lately try'd and acquitt.ed for printing and publishing a libel against Zenger trial 
the government. 32p. Lend. 1738 ? N, Y. pub. lib. 

This edition differs but aligbtly from the four Wilford editions. 

A brief narrative of the case and tryal of John Peter Zenger, 



printer of the New York weekly journal, [Colophon] Bost. 
Printed by T: Fleet, 48p, 1738. N. Y. pub, lib. 

39p. Lancaster Pa. 1756. Reprinted by W. Dunlap. 

N. Y. pub. lib. 

S3p, N. Y. 1770. Reprinted by J: Holt, N, Y. pub. lib. 

Case and tryal of John Peter Zenger of New York, printer, who 

was lately tryed and acquitted for pttnting and publishing a libel 
against the government, 6op. Lond, 1750, Printed for J. Wil- 
ford. 1750. N.Y. pub. lib. 

Narrative of the trial of John Peter Zenger, N. Y. 1751. 

Printed by J: Parker. 
Trial of Zenger of New York, printer ; who was tried and 

acquitted for printing and publishing a Ubel against the government. 

74p. Lond. 1752. Printed for P. Brown. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Trial of John Peter Zenger of New York, printer; who was 

charged with having printed and published a libel against the 
government and acquitted ; to which is added the trial of Mr WiUiam 
Owen, bookseller near Temple Bar. 59P. Lond. 1765. 

Printed for J. Almon. N. Y. state law lib. 

Trial of John Peter Zenger of New York, printer; who was 

charged with having printed and published a libel against the 
government and acquitted ; to which is added the trial of Mr William 
Owen, bookseller near Temple Bar. 59P. Lond. 1765. 

Printed for J. Almon. (171 Collection of interesting political tracts 
published 1764-73. 1773. v. 2) 942.073 C62 

Narrative of his case, etc. N. Y. 1774. Reprinted. 



Entered in Thomas. Catalogue of puhlications in the United States 2)rior to 
1775. 1874. p. 345, 015.73 T36. 

Trial of John Peter Zenger, of New York, printer; for a Hbel 

against the government on the 4th of Aug. 1735. Inscribed to 
the Hon. T. Erskine. 64P. Lond. 1784. Printed for 
Flexney, Holborn ; Davies, Russell-street; Merrill, Cambridge; and 
Eddowes, Shrewsbury. N. Y. pub. lib. 



368 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- ZeHgcr, J: P: The trial of Mr John Peter Zenger, of New York, 
KmgGeorgt's printer, for printing and publishing a libel against the government 

at New York, on Aug. 4, 1735; including, Remarks on the trial of 

John Peter Zenger by two eminent lawyers in one of the colonies. 

(see Howell, T. B. eomp. Complete collection of state trials. 

1809-26. V.17, col. 675-764) N. Y. state law lib. 

v.1-10 of this work known as CobbeWs complete collection of state trials. 

King George's war 1736-53 
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Gitterman, J: M. George Clinton and his contest with the assem- 
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A Letter from some of the representatives in the late general assembly 
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Morris, Gov. l^ewis. [Letters of Gov. Morris] to Sir Charles Wager, 
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Norris, Isaac. Journal of Isaac Norris (afterward speaker of the 
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Commissioner from Pennsylvania to attend the Indian treaty. Edition of 
80 copies. 

Treaty between his excellency the Hon. George Clinton, governor of 
the province of New York, and the six united Indian nations de- 
pending of the province of New York ; held at Albany in August 
and September 1746. N, Y. 1746. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Valentine, D: T: Extracts from the earliest newspapers of the city. 

(j-^^ N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1862. 21:695-737) 

352.0747 N4k 
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Period 1753-76 

Desct'iption 
American gazetteer, containing a distinct account of all the parts of the General ws- 

tory, 1753-76 

new world, the whole intended to exhibit the state of things in that 
part of the globe and the views and interests of the powers who 
have possession. 3V. Lond. 1762. 917 Am3 

New York is alphabeted uuder York, New. 

Burnaby, Andrew. Travels through the middle settlements in North 
America in the years 1759 and 1760, with observations upon the state 
of the colonies. Ed. 2. igSp. Lond. 1775. 917-3 B931 

New York, p. 104-16. 

. {see Pinkerton, John, ed. General collection of voyages. ■ 



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From ed. 3, Lond. 1798. New York, p. 736-39. 

Cluny, Alexander. The American traveller; or. Observations on the 
present state, culture and commerce of the British colonies in America 
by an old and experienced trader. i22p. Lond. 1769. 917.3 qC62 
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Hare, Robert. Memoranda on a tour through a part of North Amer- 
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Izard, Ralph, ««c«. An account of a journey to Niagara, Montreal 

and Quebec in 1765 ; or, " 'Tis 80 years since." 3op. N. Y. 1846. 

917. 1 Izi 
From New York city to Albany ; tbeuce westward to Niagara. 

Lott, Abraham. Journal of a voyage to Albany, etc. made by Abra- 
ham Lott, treasurer of the colony of New,,York 1774. {see Histori- 
cal magazine, Aug. 1870, ser. 2, 8; 65-74). 973 H62 v. 18 

Rogers, Robert. A concise account of North America, containing a 
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Province of New York, p. 59-72. 

Taylor, G. Voyage to North America performed by G. Taylor of 

Sheffield in the years 1768 and 1769. 248P. Nottingham 

1771. 917-3 T21 
New York, p. 66-90. 



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General his- ThompsOti, Edward. New York in i7i;6. (see Wilson, J- G. e^. 

tory, 1753-76 . . . , c \ 

Memorial history of the city of New\ork. 1892-93. 2:314-15) 

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Annual register ; or, A view of the history, politics and literature for the 
year 1758-76. Lond. 1761-88. 905 An72 

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colonies. 

Biographical memoir of Cadwallader Golden, M. D. F. R. S. 
lieutenant governor of the colony of New York. (see vVnalectic 
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governor of New York, (see Family magazine, 1838. 5'-334-3^) 

051 qF2i 

Burdge, Franklin. Second memorial of Henry Wisner. 38p. 
N. Y. 1898. N. Y. state lib. 

Cadwallader Colden. (see Historical magazine, Jan. 1865, 9:9-13) 

973 H62 
The Colden papers, (see New York historical society. GoUections. 

1877-78. Publication fund ser. v. 9-10) 974-7 N42 

Gov. Coldeu'.s official letter book, 1760-1775. 

Delafield, M. M. William Smith, the historian, chief justice of New 
York and Canada, (see Magazine of American history, June 1881, 
6:418-39) 973 M27 

DeLancey, E: F. Memoir of the Hon. James DeLancey, lieutenant 

governor of the province of New York, (see N. Y. (state) — State, 

Secretary of Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 4:1035-59. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 4:625-40. 974.7 qN423 

De Peyster, J: W. Life and misfortunes £nd the military career of 
Brig. -Gen. Sir John Johnson, bart. i68p. N. Y. 1882. 923.57 J62 
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Genealogy of the Johnson family, p. 1-10. 

Duyckinck, E. A: Philip Schuyler, (see Duyckinck, E. A: National 
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Grant, Mrs Anne (Macvicar), INIemoirs of an American lady p^^^^'^j^' '^'l" 
[Madame Philip Schuyler]; with sketches of manners and scenery in 
America as they existed previous to the revolution. 2v. L^d. 
1808. 920.7 SchS 

2v. Bost. 1809. W920.7 Sch82 

344P- N. Y. i8og. N. Y. pub. lib. 

3S4P- N. Y. 1836. 

295p. N. Y. 1846. 920.7 Sch83 

■ with a memoir of Mrs Grant by James Grant Wilson. 377p. 

Alb. 1876. 920.7 SchSi 

Griffis, W : E. Sir William Johnson and the six nations. 227p. 
N. Y.° 1891. (Makers of America) 923-27 J63S 

Halsey, v)/;'j- C:H. Sketches of celebrated women; Mrs Catharine 
Schuyler, wife of General Philip Schuyler, {see Potter's American 
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Headley, J. T. Major General Schuyler, (see Headley, J. T. Wash- 
ington and his generals. 1847. 1:229-59) 923.57 H341 

Humphreys, M.. G. Catherine Schuyler. 2Sip- N. Y. 1897. 

(Women of colonial and revolutionary times) Cap. 920.7 Sch83i 

Jones, Thomas. History of New York during the revolutionary 
war, and of the leading events in the other colonies at that period, 
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Lossing, B. J : Life and times of Philip Schuyler. 2v. N. Y. 

'^iSeo. 923.57 Sch8 

McKnight, Charles. Sir William Johnson, bart. (see Lippincott's maga- 
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1849-51. 2 : 543-1009 974.7 N4.24 

1850-51. 2:315-584 974.7 qN423 

Nearly all tbe mamiscripts kuown as the Sir William Johnson papers, iu- 
elnding a list of mannscript.^ missing since they were deposited in secretary 
of state's office, 1801. 



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t^r"'i^' '''I" Montresor, John. Journals of Capt. John Montresor, 1757-78. {see 
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Parton, James. Sir William Johnson, {see Parton, James. Colonial 
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Pratt, D. J. Biographical notice of Peter Wraxall, secretary of Indian 
affairs for the province of New A'ork and of the first provincial con- 
gress held in Albany in 1754. 6p. n.p. n.d. 
Sabin, 15 : 395. 

Purple, E. R. Genealogical notes of the Golden family in America. 
24p. N. Y. 1873. 929.2 qG674 

With additions from the Nen- York genealofjieal ami biographical record, 
Oct. 1873, 4 : 161-83. 

Notes, biographical and genealogical, of the Golden family and 



some of its collateral branches in America, {see New York genea- 
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Shea, J: G. Introduction, (see Golden, Gadwaliader. History of the 
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Alexander, William, anou. The conduct of Major Gen. Shirley, late 

general and commander in chief of his majesty's forces in North 

America, briefly stated. i3op. Lond. 1758. 973-2 Sh6 
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Banyar, Goldsbrow. Diary of Goldsbrow Banyar, deputy secretary General his- 
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colonies in North America together with remarks on the 
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wrote by another hand Observations concerning the increase of 
mankind, peopling of countries, etc. 54p. Bost. 1755- 

N. Y. state lib. 

Defence of New York against the slanders of New England. 

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made between Major General Sir William Johnson, bart. and the 
chief sachems and warriors of the Indian nations in Noith 
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the county of Albany, in the colony of New York in the years 1755 
and 1756; with a letter from the Rev. Mr Hawley to Sir William 
Johnson, written at the desire of the Delaware Indians and a pre- 
face giving a short account of the six nations, some anecdotes of the 
■ life of Sir William Johnson, and notes illustrating the whole ; also an 
appendix containing an account of conferences between several 
quakers in Philadelphia and some of the heads of the six nations 
in April 1756. 12-I-77P. Lond. 1756. 970.4 J63 

Journal of a provincial officer in the campaign in northern New York 
in 1758. {see Historical magazine, Aug. 1871, ser. 2, 10: 113-22) 

973 H62 V.20 



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Kennedy, Archibald, a/wn. Serious considerations on the present 

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Review of the military operations in North America from the com- 
mencement of the French hostilities on the frontier of Virginia in 
1753 to the surrender of Oswego on the 14th of August 1756; in- 
terspersed with various observations, characters and anecdotes, nec- 
essary to give light into the conduct of American transactions in 
general and more especially into the political management of affairs 
in New York in a letter to a nobleman. i44p. Lond. 1757. 

N. Y. state lib. 

Review of the military operations in North America from the com- 
mencement of the French hostilities on the frontiers of Virginia in 
1753 to the surrender of Oswego on the 14th of August 1756; in a 
letter to a nobleman, (see Massachusetts historical society. Col- 
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Said to have been written by Gov. Livingston and hie friends Messrs 
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Stark, Caleb. Memoirs and official correspondence of Gen. John 
Stark, with notices of several other officers of the revolution, also, 
a biography of Capt. Phinehas Stevens and of Col. Robert Rogers, 
with an account of his services in America during the " seven year's 
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Thompson, Samuel. Diary while in the service in the French war, 
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50 copies printed for private distribution. Thompson participated in 
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Woodhull, Nathaniel. Journal kept when colonel of the 3d regi- 
ment New York provincials, in the expedition to Montreal in 1760. 
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Almon, John, etf. Collection of interesting, authentic papers relative 
to the dispute between Great Britian and America, shewing the 
causes and progress of that misunderstanding from 1764 to 1775. 
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Known as the Prior (loonments. 

Contents: Letters from Sec. Conway to Lieut. Gov. Golden, p. 43. 
Gov. Moore's letter to Sec. Conway 27 May 1766, p. 94. 
" " " 20 June 1766, p. 94. 

" speecli to New York council and assembly 12 June 
1766, p. 95. 

Address of council of New York to Gov. Moore with his reply 
14-16 June 1766, p. 96. 

Address of assembly of New York to Gov. Moore with his reply 
16 June 1766, p. 97. 

Gov. Moore's two messages to the assembly of New York and the 
answers 13-23 June 1766, p. 97. 

Extract from a letter of Lieut. Gov. Coldeu to Sec. Conway 24 
June 1766, p. 99. 

Extract from a letter of Gen. Gage to Sec. Conway 15 July 
1766, p. 101. 

Extract of a letter from Gen. Gage to the duke of Eichmond 25 
Aug. 1766, p. 108. 

Copy of Gov. Moore's message to the general assembly of New 
York 17 Nov. 1766, p. 119. 

Address of general assembly of New York to Gov. Moore 
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^'^ Kxtract of a letter from Geu. G:ige to Ihe earl of Shelburne 17 

Jan. 1767, p. 124. 

Act to furnisb barracks in cities of New York aud Albany witb 
firewood, etc. 10 July 1766, p. 125. 

Kxtract of a letter from Gen. Gage to the earl of Sbelburne 10 
]-fb. 1767, p. 130. 

Extracts from tbe manuscript .journal of the general assembly of 
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Gov. Pownall's sjieech against suspending tbe government of 
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974.7 D32 
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organized opposition to the crown which started about the lime of the Zenger 
trial aud flourished specially .just x^recediug the revolution. 

Deed executed at Fort Stanwix Nov. 5, 1768, establishing a boundary 

line between the whites and Indians of the northern colonies, {see 

N. Y. (state) - State, Secretary of Documentary history of the 

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449p. N. Y. 1833. 923-27 L761 

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2:9-75) 974.7 N422 V.7 

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Constitutional history Colonial coufederacies 

Proprietary governments 

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342.7479 H97 

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Contents: v. 1, Ap. 9, 1691-Sep. 27, 1743. 
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North, S. N. D. Constitutional development of the colony of New 
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1691. 39p. Alb. 1861. 328.7479 qOci 

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Brooks, J. W. History of the court of common pleas of the city and 
county of New York with full reports of all important proceedings, 
253p. N.Y^. 1896. N. Y. hist. soc. 

Daly, C: P. Historical sketch of the judicial tribunals of New York 
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351.2 N42 
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Murray, Joseph. Mr Murray's opinion relating to the courts of justice 
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the said colony at their request, the 12th of June 1734. 44p. 
n. t-p. N. Y. state law lib. 

Includes "Appendix at a council held at Fort George, Nov. 25, 1727," p. 33-44. 
N. Y. (state)-Legislature. Colonial laws of New York from the year 
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Duke of York's laws, 1665-75, p. 6-100. 

Nicoll's proclamation, revoking the Dutch and establishing 
the English form of government, 1665, p. 100-1. 
Restoration of Dutch government, p. 101-2. 
Colve's charter, p. 102-4. 
2d grant to the duke of Y'ork, 1674, p. 104-5. 
Commission of Andros as governor, 1674, p. 106-7. 
Orders to put the duke's laws in force, 1674, p. 107. 
Proclamation of Gov. Andros, 1674, p. 107-8. 
Instructions to Gov. Dongau, 1683, p. 108-10. 
Acts of general assemblies, 1683-85, p. 111-77. 
Commission of Gov. Dongan, 1686, p. 177-78. 
Instruction to Gov. Dongan, 1686, p. 178-80. 
Dongan charter of the cit.y of New York, 1686, p. 181-95. 
Dongan charter of the city of Albany, 1686, p. 195-216. 
Commission of Sir Edmund Andros, 1688, p. 216-17. 
Instructions for Sir Edmund Andros, 1688, p. 217-18. 
General assembly, 24 Ap. to 15 Sep. 1690, Jacob Leisler, 
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Civiiiists 1638-74; comp. and tr. from the original Dutch records in the 

office of the secretary of state, Albany N. Y. 6o2p. Alb. 

186S. N. ^^ state law lib. 

Redfield, A. A. English colonial polity and judicial administration, 
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their request, occasioned by sundry petitions of the city of New 
York, Westchester county and Queens county praying an establish- 
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Civil lists 

List of all the officers employed in civill offices in the province of New 

York the 20th of April, 1693, and of their salaries, (see N. Y. (state)- 

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1850-51. 1:197-202. 974.7 qN423 

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351.2 N42 
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Auditors general, p. 216. 
Treasuiera, \i. 217. 

Schout-fiscals and attorueys general, ]). 2111. 
Surveyors, i). 221. 

Officers of the port of New York, p. 222. 
Commissioners of Indian affairs, p. 263. 
County judges, p. 533-41. 
Surrogates, p. 544-51. 
Sberiifs, p. 561-79. 
County clerks, )i. 5«0-90. 

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Classes of settlers fo^ry"^' '''^" 

For Huguenots, see also Newpiiltz, p. 480, aud New Eoobelle, p. 469. For tiers 
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Baird, C : W. Histoire des refugics Huguenots en Am^rique; traduit 
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284.5 B162 
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DeWitt, Thomas. On the sources of settlements in New York. 
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974-7 N421 

Disosway, G. P. The Huguenots in America, {see Smiles, Samuel. 
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Huguenots in New York, p. 429-33. 

Huguenots of Staten Island, {see Continental monthly, June 



1862, 1:683-88) 051 C76 

Holland society of New York. Yearbook. 1886-98. N. Y. 
1886-98. 974-7 qH7i 

Kapp, Friedrich. Geschichte der deutschen einwanderung in Amerika. 
Ed. 3- V.I, 4i6p. N. Y. 1869. 325.243 K14 

v.l GescMclite der deutschen im staate Xew York l>in zum avfange des 19 ten 
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Knevels, J. W. Our Dutch progenitors, {see New York historical 
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Lefevre, Ralph. Huguenots of Ulster county, {see Historical society 
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Vermilye, A. G. Huguenot element among the Dutch. 23P. 
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{see Reformed church in America. Centennial discourses- 

1877. p.139-61-) 285-7 R25 

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Huguenot society of .-Vmerica, Abstract of proceedings, n. d. 
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General his- WaldfOn, W: W. Huguenots of Westchester and parish of Fordham. 

Immigrants i26p. X. V. 1864. 284.5747 \V52 

Wittmeyer, A. V. Huguenots in America and their connection with 
the church, {see Perry, W: S. History of the American epis- 
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For settlers in a, particulai- localitj', see name of couuty or town under 
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Baudartius, Gulielmus. First emigrants to New Xetherland, 1624; 
translated from Gedenkwaardige geschiedenissen zo kerkelyke als 
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Bergen, T. G. List of early immigrants to New Netherland, 1654-64 
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1849-51- 3:52-63- 974-7 N424 
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List of citizens of New York admitted as freemen between the 3 ears 
1683 and 1740. {see Wilson, J. G. e:/. Memorial history of the 
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O'Callaghan, E. B. Early highland immigration to New York, {see 
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Selyns, Henricus.- List of church members and their residences in 
1686, kept by Selyns, pastor of the Dutch reformed church, {see 
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Settlers in Rensselaerwyck from 1630-46, compiled from the books General his 
of monthly wages and other mss. {see Holland society of New Genealogy 
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Census population 

For enumerations of the whole colony. Census of a special locality is 
found with its history. 

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New York, p. 33-35. 

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1849-51. 4:184-88. -974-7 N424 

1850-51. 4:118-22. 974-7 1N423 

All counties except Westchester. 

Livingston, R. R. Census of state of New York at different periods 
since 1731. {see Society for the promotion of useful arts. Tran- 
sactions. 1807. 2:216-18) 630.6 Fg2a 
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Statistics of population of province of New York, 1647-1774. {see 
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1850-51. 1:465-74. 974.7 qN423 

Genealogy 

Genealogies of special places will he found with their local history. His- 
tories of single families arc not included. 

Bergen, T. G. Register of early settlers of Kings county, Long Island, 
N. Y., from its 1st settlement by Europeans to 1700 ; with contribu- 
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Bunker, M.. P. Long Island genealogies, being kindred descendants 
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General his- Griffin, Augustus. Griffin's journal; ist settlers of Southold ; the 

Genealogy names of the heads of those families, being only 13 at the time 

of their landing; ist proprietors of Orient, biographical sketches, 

etc. etc. 31:! p. Orient, L. I. 1857. 9-9-i G87 

Holgate, J. B. American genealogy, being a history of some of the 
early settlers of North America and their descendants from their ist 
emigration to the present time. 244P. iVlb. 1848. 929.1 qHyi 
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Latting, J. J. Genealogical fragments, [see New York genealogical 
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Oct. 1879, 10 : 170-77 Ap. 1880, II : 70-74 

Jan. 1880, II : 12-24 Oct. 1880, 11 : 168-71 

New York genealogical and biographical record, 1870-98. v. 1-29. 
N. A'. 1870-98. 929,1 N421 

V. 18-29 are quarto, 929.1 qN42i. 

Pearson, Jonathan, comJ>. Contributions for the genealogies of the 
descendants of the ist settlers of the patent and city of Schenectady 
from 1662 to 1800. 324p. .Vlb. 1873. 929-1 P311 

Contributions for the genealogies of the ist settlers of the ancient 

county of Albany from 1630 to 1800. 182 p. Alb. 1872. 

929.1 P31 

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York, {see New York genealogical and biographical record) 

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Jan. 1871, 2 : 22-23 July 1871, 2 : 139-41 

Ap. 1871, 2 : 68-70 Oct. 1871, 2 : 190-92 

Purple, E. R. Contributions to the history of the ancient families of 
New York, (see New York genealogical and biographical record) 

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July 1876, 7 : 117-24 
Oct. 1876, 7: 145-51 
Jan. 1877, 8 : 11-20 
Ap. 1877, 8 : 67-73 Jan. 1879, 10 : 35-43 

July 1877, 8 : 124-33 

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52-62 


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Wills, marriage licenses, etc. 
Ancient New York wills, {see New York genealogical and boigraphical foTy'^^ ^'^' 
record) 929.1 N421 Ser""^^ 

Jan. 187 1, 2 : 39-40 Oct. 1871, 2 ; 202-5 

Ap. 1871,2:103 001.1872,3:190-92 

July 1871, 2: 155-56 

Cornbury, Gov. New York marriage licenses granted, 1702-6. (see 
New York genealogical and biographical record) 929.1 N421 

Jan. 1870, I : 3 Jan. 1871, 2 : 25-28 

Ap. 1870, i: 13 

Fernow, Berthold, com/>. & ed. Calendar of wills on file and recorded 
in the offices of the clerk of the court of appeals, of the county clerk 
at Albany and of the secretary of state, 1626-1836; compiled under 
the auspices of the Colonial dames of the state of New York and 
published by the society. 657P. N.Y. 1896. 929.3 qN42 

500 copies printed. 

Cleaning's from the surrogate's office, {see Old New York) 

974.71 qOh 
Sep. 1889, I ; 131-36 Jan. 1890, 1:417-22 

Oct. 1889, I : 176-84 Ap. 1890, 2 : 202-4 

Nov. 1889, 1 : 269-76 

Moore, C: B. English and Dutch intermarriages, {see New York 
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N. Y. (state) — Library, Supplementary list of marriage licenses. 
48p. Alb. 1898. (Bulletin : history 1) 929-3 N42 v.2 

Also in 81st annual report of New York state librnrv. 3899. 027.5747 N42. 
Supplementsiry to JSames of persons for wlioviman-iageliceiisesKereianued. I!i60. 

N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Names of persons for whom 
marriage licenses were issued by the secretary of the province of 
New York previous to 1784; printed by order of G. J. Tucker. 
4Sop. Alb. i860. 9-9'3 N42 

New York marriage licenses, 1686-88. {see New York genealogical 
and biographical record, Oct. 1874, 5:174) 929.1 N42t 

New York marriage licenses, 1691-93 from v.4 of Records of wills, 
surrogate's office. New York, {see New York genealogical and 
biographical record, Jan. 1873, 4:31-32) 929.1 N421 



388 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

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■^*''°''' for the years 1756 and 1758. {see New ^'ork genealogical and 

biographical record, Oct. 1871, 2:194-200) 929-1 N421 

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Manors 
See also Rensselacrswyck, p. 483 ; Philipse manor in Westchester county, p. 463. 
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Colden, Cadwallader. Letter to the governor of New York, [see 
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{see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history 

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Whitmore, W: H. Manors of New York and their lords. {see 
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Benson, Egbert. Ed. 2. 127P. Jamaica 1825. 929.4 B441 Ge""^' his- 

Naines 

72p. N. \. 1848. 9-9'4 B442 

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(j'fi? New York historical society. Collections. 1849. ser. 

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917.4726 D29 
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DeKay, J. E. Indian names on Long Island. i2p. Oyster Bay 
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Ed. 2. 1869-71. 2 : 311-19. 974.743 M921 

Fernow, Berthold. New Amsterdam family names and their origin, 
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N. Y. state lib. 

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York. 1899. 2:209-40) 974-71 G63 

Field, T: W. Indian, Dutch and English names of localities in 
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Flint, M. B. Study of names, {see her Early Long Island. .1896. 

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Harris, G: H. Notes on the aboriginal terminology of the Genesee 
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{see Rochester historical society. Publications. 1892. 



1:9-18) 974-789 Rs8 

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390 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

t'lry^'^^' ^'^' Marshall, O. H. Niagara frontier embracing sketches of its early 

^^^"'^ history and Indian, French and English local names. 46p. n.p.n.d. 

974.798 M35 
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(i'lf^ Munsell, Joel. Historical series. 1887. 15:275-320) 

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Matthes, Susanna. Van and von; some facts about Dutch names 
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929.1 qN42i 

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(see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. 

p. 215-26) 974-71 K.28 

Obsolete names of New York, [see American historian and quarterly 

genealogical record) 973 Am3i 

July 187s, I : 30-36 Jan. 1876, i : 113-17 

Oct. 1875, 1:66-73 Ap. 1876, I 154-60 
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Nearly all the aliases of males in Ihe baptismal records of the reformed 
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Schoolcraft, H: R. Comments on the aboriginal names and geogra- 
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974.7 N421 

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Fletcher, Gov. Benjamin. State of militia in province of New York 
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N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state 
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1850-51. 4:136-55. 974.7 qN423 

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1850-51. I : 227-35. 974.7 qN423 

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EeiiKious historical register, Nov. 1895, 3 : 335-39) 973 qAm3i 

Vail, H: H. Some records of the French and Indian war. (see New 
^'ork genealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1895, 26 : 73-79) 

929.1 qN42i 
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Baird, C: 'W. Churches in the province of New York in the year 1700. 
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the Herkimer county historical society, Dec. 14, 1897. up. n.p. 

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Holland society of New York. Transcript of church records in 
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974.762 On2 

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1849-51. 4:289-504. 974.7 N424 
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(see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the 

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delegates from the consociated churches of Connecticut and the 
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Father Isaac Jogues, p. 111-18. 

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Episcopal 
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and state during the colonial period. {see Wilson, J. G. ed. 

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General his- Establishment of the church of England in New York, {see Historical 

ota?cr' magazine, May, 1861,5:153-55) 973 H62 

Humphreys, David. Historical account of the incorporated Society 

for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts. 356p. Lond. 

1730. 266.3 H88 

Includes accounts of the missiouary work iu the colony of New York and 

of the negro riots in New York city. 

Inglis, Charles. State of the Anglo-American church in 1776. {see 
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1850-51- 3:635-46. 974-7 qN423 

Keith and Talbot. {see Protestant episcopal historical society. 
Collections. 1851. i: pref. 1-43, p.i-86) 283.73 P94 

lucludes Journal of Irarels by George Keith. 

The letters of these agents of the Sociely for the propagation of the gospel 
in foreign parts furnish a very full account of the general religious aspect 
of the colonies. 

McConnell, S: D. History of the American episcopal church from the 
planting of the colonies to the end of the civil war. 392P. N. Y. 
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Perry, W: S. History of the American episcopal church, 1587- 1883. 
2 V. Bost. 1885. 283.73 qP42 

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Protestant episcopal historical society. Collections. 1851. v.i. 

283-73 P94 

state of the protestant episcopal church in New York and Long Island in 
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List of persons licensed by the bishops of London, to Albany and New 
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Tiffany, C: C. History of the protestant episcopal church in the 
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church in the diocese of New York, 1 785-1885. 454P- N. Y._ 

1886. 283.747 W69 
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Huguenot 

.See Classes of settlers, p. 383. General his- 

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Jacobs, H; E. History of the evangelical Lutheran church in the 

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Schaeffer, C: W. Early history of the Lutheran church in America 
from the settlement of the Swedes on the Delaware to the middle 
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W^olf, E. J. Lutherans in America; a story of struggle, progress, 
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on Long and Staten Islands attached to the brethren's church in 
1744. (see Moravian historical society. Transactions. 1876. 
1:419-26) 284.6 M791 

Papers relating to Quakers and Moravians, (see N. Y. (state)-State, 

Secretary of Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 3:997-1030. 974.7 N424 

i85°-Si- 3:603-24. 974.7 qN423 

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973 M27 

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373-I-142P. N.Y. 1885. 285.1 B76 



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Generai_his- HodgC, Chaflcs. Constitutional history of the presbyterian church in 
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Presbyterian church in the U. S. — General assembly. Records. 
S48p. Phil. 1841. 285.1 P922 

Contents : Presbytery of Philadelpliia, 1706-16, p. 7-44. 
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285.17 T37 

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Briggs, C: A: Puritanism in New York, its origin and growth till the 
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Sabiu, 2:363. 

Bowne, John. Persecution of an early friend or quaker, copied from 
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Keith, George. Journal of travels from New Hampshire to Caratuck 
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Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Friends on Long Island and in New York, General his- 
1657-1826. {see his Annals of Hempstead. 1878. p.93-104) Reformed 

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Buddingh, Derk. De hervormde hollandsche kerk in de 
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676P. N. Y. 1879. 285.773 C812 

An alpbabetic list of ministers with Ijiographic and bibliographic 

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Alphabetic list of churches with list of ministers and bibliographic 

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{see Holland society of New York. Yearbook. 1892-93. 

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Names of the ministers of the Dutch reformed churches in New York 
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1849-51. 1:625-26. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1.406-7 974.7 qN423 

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974.71 qOh 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 399 

Slavery 
Census of slaves, 1755. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Docu- General his- 
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1849-51- 3:843-68. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 3:503-21. 974.7 qN423 
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Cruger, John. Experience on a slave-ship, 1 698-1 700. (see Wilson, 
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DuBois, W: E: B: The suppression of the African slave trade to the 
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Earl, Robert. Slavery in the colony and state of New York ; an 

address delivered before the Herkimer county historical society, 

Oct. 12, 1897. i2p. n.t-p. n.p. 1897. 326.9747 Ea7 

Also in Herkimer couuty liistorical society. Papers for 1897. p. 103-14, 

974.761 H42. 

Historical notes on slavery in the northern colonies and states ; New 
York, (j-f^ Historical magazine, Aug. 1866, 10 : 237-38) 973 H62 

Mather, F: G. Slavery in the colony and state of New York, (see 
Magazine of American history. May 1884, 11 : 408-20) 973 M27 

Morgan, E. V. Slavery in New York. 3op. N.Y. ^^1898. (ftalf 
moon ser. v.2, no.i) N. Y. state lib. 

(see Goodwin, M/'s Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic 

New York. 1899. 2:1-30) 974-71 ^^i 

Slavery in New York; the status of the slave under the English 



colonial government, (see American historical association. Papers. 
1891. V.5, pt 4, P.3-J6) 973 Am32 

Abstract, (see American historical association. Annual 



report. 1891. 2 : 87-88) 973 Am33 

Northrup, A. J. Slavery in New York, a historical sketch, p. 243- 
313. Alb. 1900. (New York state library bulletin: history 
no. 4) ' N. Y. state lib. 

Slavery in Albany county. (see Howell, G. R. & Tenny, Jona- 
than. Bicentennial history of Albany. 1886. p. 300-3) 

974.742 qH83 



400 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Valentine, D: T: Slaves and the slave trade in New Amsterdam. 

tory ' 

Printing (^gg N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1863. 22:581- 

94) 3520747 N4k 

Voyages of the slavers, St John, and Arms of Amsterdam, 1659, 
1663, together with additional papers illustrative of the slave trade 
under the Dutch ; translated from the original mss with an intro- 
duction and index by E. B. O'Callaghan. {in O'Callaghan, E. B. 
New York colonial tracts. 1866-72. v. 3) 974-7 Oci 

Williams, G: W. History of the negro race in America, from 1619 
to 1880. 2 V. in I. N. Y. 1885. 326.973 W67 

Colouy of Xew York, 1628-1775, p. 134-71. 

Printing 
See also Zenger, p. 361. 

Bicentennial anniversary of the introduction of printing into the mid- 
dle colonies, {see Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, 
1886, 10:78-85) 974.8 P382 

Boardman, G: D. Early printing in the middle colonies ; address 
delivered before the historical society of Pennsylvania, Dec. 11, 
1885. {see Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, 1886. 
10:15-32) 974.8 P382 

The Bradford bicentenary. (see Critic, Ap. 15, 1893, 22:236- 
37) 051 qC86 

Colonial printers in New York. {see Book buyer, Feb. 1896, 23 : 8- 
10) 015.73 B64 

Early history of the printing and newspaper press in Boston and New 
York, (.f^".? Continental monthly, Sep. 1863, 4 : 256-68) 051 C76 

The first book printed in New York, {see Bookworm, Feb. 1890, 
3:89-92) 010.5 B64 

Hildeburn, C: S. R. comp. List of the issues of the press in New York, 
1693-1752- 28p. Phil. 1889. 015-747 H54 

List of the issues of the press in New York, 1693-1784. {see 

Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography) 974.8 P382 

Jan. 1889, i2;*475-82 Ap. 1889, 13:90-99 

July " 13:207-15 

Additions to A list of the issues of the press in New York, 1693- 

1752. {see Old New York, Feb. 1890, 2: 23-27) 974.71 qOIi 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 4OI 

Hildeburn, C: S. R. Printing in New York in the 17th century, {see °=^"^™' *''^' 
Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New \ork. Printing 
1892-93. 1:570-603) 974-71 qW69 

Sketches of printers and printing in colonial New York. iSgp. 

N. Y. 1895. 926.5s H54 

375 copies printed. Sketches of Bradford, Zenger, Jvivington and othpr.9. 

Martin, C. M. & Martin.^B: E. The New York press and its 
makers, p. 119-62. N. ^'.''I898. (Half moon ser. v.2, no.4) 

N. Y. state lib. 

[see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic 



New York. 1899. 2:119-62) 974-71 G63 

Pasko, W. W. Notes on the history of printing in New York, {see 

Old New York) 974 -71 qOli 

Aug. 1889-Jan. 1890, 1:1-11,65-85,145-56,217-23,344-52,385-95 

Feb. -May 1890, 2:52-61, 73-87, 152-65, 269-83 

Purple, S: S. Bradford family; genealogical memorials of William 
Bradford the printer. 8p. N. Y. 1873. 929.2 qB72 

50 copies privately reprinted from New Torfc genealogical and tiographical 
record, with additions. 

Simpson, Henry. William Bradford, {see Simpson, Henry. Lives 
of eminent Philadelphians, now deceased. 1859. p. 124-29) 

920.074811 qSi5 

Stone, W: L. Colonial newspaper press. p. 3 Utica 1890. 
Griffin, p. 1042. Reprint from Utica berald, Oct. 28, 1890. 

Stone, W: L. Early newspaper press of Boston and New York, {see 
American historical record, Sep. 1872, 1 : 387-92) 973 qAm3 

Newspapers and magazines, (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial 

history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4:133-64) 974.71 qW69 

Thomas, Isaiah. History of printing in America with a biography of 
printers and an account of newspapers. 2v. Worcester 1810. 

655-173 Ho 
Printers in New York, 2 : 91-119; newspaiiers and other periodical works, 
2 : 286-319. 

Ed. 2. 2v. Alb.1874. {hi American antiquarian 

society. Archaeologia Americana; transactions and collections. 
1774- v.5-6) 913.7 qAm3 

Printers in New York, 5:290-313; iiew.spapers and other periodical works, 

6 : 96-127. 



402 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

General his- Wallacc, J; W; Address delivered at the celebration by the New 

Newspapers A'ork historical society, May 30, 1863, of the 200th birthday of Mr 

William Bradford who introduced the art of printing into the middle 

colonies. ii4P- Alb. 1863. 926.55 B72 

Newspapers 

Tile following list of uuwspapei's priiiteil iu New York state before 1775 
has been Ciirefiilly revised liy Mr Wilberforce Eames of tlie Lenox library. 
Tho books iiiimedialely followinir bave also been consulted. 

Grolier club of the city of New York. Catalogue of books printed 
by William Bradford and other printers in the middle colonies, 
loop. N. Y. 1893. 016.094 G89 

Martin, C. M. & Martin, B: E. The New York press and its 
makers. p.119-62, N. Y.'= 1898. (flalf moon ser. v. 2, no,4.) 

N. Y. state lib. 

(see Goodwin, Afrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic New 



York. 1899. 2 : 119-62) 974'7i G63 

North, S. N. D. History and present condition of the newspaper and 
periodical press of the United States, {see U. S. Census, loth, 
1880. Final reports. 1883-88. 8:1-446) R317.3 qUn3v,io^ 
New York uewspupers, p. 387-408. 

Thomas, Isaiah. History of printing in America, 2 v. Alb. 1874. 
{in American antiquarian society. Archaeologia Americana ; tran- 
sactions and collections. 1874. v.5-6) 913-7 qAm3 

Newspapers arranged chronologically 
New York gazette (weekly) 

Printed by William Bradford, 1725-44. 
Ist newspaper in New York city. 
Partial tiles at : 

New York sucieiy library (1726-i'9; 

New York historical society (1730-38) 

Lenox library (17:33-40) 

Pennsylvania historical society (1736-40) 

New York weekly journal. 

Printed by John Peter Zeoger, 1733-52 ? 
2d newspaper in New York city. 
Partial files at: 

Lenox library (1733-44) 

Antiquarian society, Worcester (later than 1744) 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 403 

New York gazette or weekly postboy (successor to Gazette) General his- 

Printed by James Parker, 1743-73. Newspapers 

3d newspaper in New York city. 
Partial fi lea at : 

New York bislorical society (1744-) 

Lenox library (1744-66) 

New York evening post (weekly) 

Printed by Henry De Foreest, 1744-51. 
4th newspaper in New York city. 
Partial file at : 

New York historical society (1750-51) 

New York mercury (weekly) 

Printed by Hugh Gaine, 1752-83. 

Afterward called New York i;azette and weekly mercury. 

5th newspaper in New York city. 

Partial files at : 

Pennsylvania historical society. 

Lenox library (nearly complete file after 1755) 

New York gazette (weekly) 

Printed by William Weyman, 1759-67. 
6th newspaper in New York city. 
Nearly complete file at Lenox library. 

American chronicle. 

Printed by Samnel Farley, 1761-62. 
7th newspaper in New York city. 
No copies found. 

New York pacquet. 

Printed by Benjamin Mecon; one or more numbers issued, 1763. 
8th newspaper in New York city. 
Lenox library has first number. 

New York journal or genera! advertiser. 

Printed by John Holt, 1766-98 or not long after. 

Published in Kingston, 1777 and in Poughkeepsie, 1777-83; several changes 
in title after 1783. 

9th newspaper in New York city. 

This paper was intended to succeed the New York gazette or weekly post- 
boy and so numbered, but the latter was published till 1773. 

Lenox library has 1766-75, 1787-89. 

New York chronicle. 

Published by Alex. & James Robertson, 1769-70. 
Publishers removed to Albany in 1770. 
10th new,spaper in New York city. 
Lenox library has one number. 



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Generai his- Rivington's New York gazetteer; or the Connecticut, New Jersey, 
Jiedicine Hudson's river and Quebec weekly advertiser. 

Printed by James Rivingtou, 1773-75, 1777-83. 

Discontinued from Nov. 1775 to Oct. 1777; chnuges ol title after 1777. 

11th newspaper in Niw York city. 

Leniix library has 1773-7r>, 1779-80. 

Constitutional gazette. 

Printed by John Anderson. 
Published for a few months in 1775. 
12th iiewspaiier in New York city. 
Lenox library has one nunibiT. 

Independent reflector; or weekly essays. 

Printed by James Parker, 1752-53. 
.52 numbers form a set. 
Complete file at Lenox library. 

Albany gazette. 

Printed by Alex. & ,T;imes Robertson, 1771-75. 
1st newspaper in Albany. 

Occasional reverberator. 

Printed by James Parker, New York. 

September, 17.53, no. 1-2. 

No more published. 

Complete file at Lenox library. 

Instructor. 

" J. Parker & Williiim Weyraan, New York, 1755, no. 1-6. 

John Englishman. 

" Parker & Weyman, April-July 1755, no. 1-10. 
Lenox, library has all but no. 9. 

Medicine 
Beck, J. B. Historical sketch of the state of American medicine 
before the revolution. 35P. Alb. 1842. 610.8 H7 

Annual address before the New York state medical society, Feb. 1, 1842. 

Ed. 2. Alb. 1850. N. Y. state lib. 

Curtis, F; C. Glimpses of early medicine in Albany, {see Albany 
medical annals, Oct. 1886, 7 : 289-300) 610.5 Oo 

McNaughton, James. Progress of medicine in New York state. 
{see New York, state medical society. Transactions. 1836-37. 
p. S3-81) 6x0.6 Gga 

Wyckoff, R. M. Early medicine in New York : a centennial con- 
tribution, {see New York state medical society. Transactions. 
1876. p. 278-97) 610.6 G9a 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 405 

Commerce and manufactures 

Colden, Cadwallader. Papers relating to an act of the assembly of °''^""^' ^"^- 
the province of New York for encouragement of the Indian trade i^ummcrco 
and for prohibiting the selUng of Indian goods to the French. 
24p. N. Y. 1724. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Contents : 1 Pelition of London luercliauts ngaiust act. 

'2 Reference of petition to lords commissioners. 

3 Extract from minutes of ioids comuiissioners. 

4 Report of lords commissioners on petition. 

5 Report of committee of council of Now York. 
Memorial concerniug fur trade of New York. 

Edsall, T: H: Something about fish, fisheries and fishermen in New 
York in the 17th century, (see New York genealogical and bio- 
graphical record, Oct. 1882, 13: 181-200) 929-1 N421 

Hasenclever, Peter. The case of Peter Hasenclever. gyp. 

n.t-p. 923.843 H27 

Narrative of iLe establishment by liim of iron fuiindries in various parts of 
New York, 176t-69, and bis subsequent failure. 

Histoire et commerce des colonies Angloises dans rAm6rique septcn- 
trionale. 336p. Lond. 1765. N. Y. state lib. 

New York, p. L35-66. 

Homes, H: A: Notice of Peter Hasenclever; an iron manufacturer 
of 1764-69. 8p. Alb. 1875. 908 H7S 

Notice of Peter Hasenclever ; an early iron manufacturer, {see 

Albany institute. Transactions. 1876. 8:199-206) N. Y. state lib. 

Kennedy, Archibald. Report on trade and production, 1738. 
{see N. Y. (state) -State, Secretary of. Documentary history of 
the state of New York) 1849-51. 4:182-83. 974.7 N4.24 

1850-51. 4:117- 974-7 qN423 

Papers relating to the trade and manufactures of the province of New 
York, 1705-57. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Docu- 
mentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-5C-. 1:709-36. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1:483-99. 974.7 qN423 

Also in Manual of the city of Nfio Tork. 1852, 11:441-49, 352.0747 N4k. 

Statistics of revenue, imports, exports, etc. 1691-1768. (see N. Y. 

(state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of 

New York) 1849-5 r. 1:699-707. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 1:475-82. 974.7 qN423 

Tariff of 1655. (see N. Y. (state)-Legislature. Documents relating to 

the colonial history ofthe state of New York. 1853-87. 1:572-73) 

R974.7 qN42r 



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LOCAL COLONIAL HISTORY 

Local history Barbcr, J: W. & Howe, Henrv. Historical collections of the state 

^ew York city ' ^ ' ^ 

of New York. 6o8p. N. V. i84r. 974-7 B231 

Outline history of the state, i>. 13-41 : remniiuler of volniiie cnntiiins shoit 
sketches of the counties in iilpliabetic order. 

Fernow, Berthold, tr. & ed. Documents relating to the history and. 
settlements of the towns along the Hudson and Mohawk rivers, 
with the exception of Albany, from 1630 to 1684, and also illus- 
trating the relations of the settlers with the Indians. 61 7p. 
Alb.r88i. (/;z N. Y. (state)-Legislature. Documents relative 

the colonial history of the state of New York. 1853-87. v. 13) 

R974.7 qN42i 

Powell, L. P. ed. Historic towns of the middle states. 439P- 

N. Y. 1899. (American historic towns) 974-7 P87 

New York city and vicinity 

New York city 

Bartram, F. S. Retrographs ; comprising a history of New York city 
prior to the revolution. 196P. N. Y. '^1888. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Belden, E. P. New York ; past, present and future; comprising a 
history of the city of New York, a description of its present condi- 
tion and an estimate of its future increase. 125P N. Y. 1849. 

97471 B41 
Colonial history, p.11-20. 
■ Ed. 3. I53P- N.Y. pub. lib. 

Bernheim, A. C. Relations of the city and the state of New York. 
{see Political science quarterly, Sep. 1894, 9:377-402) 305 P75 
Coloiiiiil period, p. 377-86. 

Black, G: A. History of municipal ownership of land on Manhattan 
Island to 1844. 83P. N. Y. 1891. (in Studies in history, 
economics and public law, ed. by the university faculty of politi- 
cal science of Columbia college. 1891-92. v.i, no. 3) 305 St9 

Booth, M.. L. History of the city of New York, from its earliest set- 
tlement to the present time. 846P. N. Y. 1859. 974-71 B64 
Prerevolutioniiry period, p. 21-509. 

History of the city of New York. 2v. 892P. N.Y. 1867. 

N. Y. pub. lib. 

Paged contiiiiinnsly. 

92op. N. Y. 1880. "G-j. N. Y. pub. lib. 



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Chronological sketch of the progress of the city of New York till the ^|^^!^^^^°ty 
close of the revolutionary war. (see Reminiscences of the city of 
New York and its vicinity. 1855. p. 280-90) 974-7i R28 

AXsiiiu Manual of the cUy of New Yorlc. '1856. 15:530-40,352.0747 N4k. 

Chronology of New York, 1609-1835. {see Old New York, Nov. 1889, 
I : 276-88) 974'7i qOli 

Clark, Emmons. The New York military, {see Wilson, J. G. ed. 
Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4: 263-96) 

974.71 qW69 

Colton, J. H. pub. Summary historical, geographical and statistical 
view of the city of New York together with some notices of Brooklyn, 
Williamsburgh, etc. in its environs. 46p. N.Y. 1836. 91747 C72 

Curry, Daniel, anon. New York; a historical sketch of the rise and 
progress of the metropolitan city of America, by a New Yorker. 

339P- N. Y. 1853. 974-71 C93 

Colc.niiil history, p.13-120. 

Darling, C: W. New Amsterdam, New Orange, New York; with 
chronological data. 43P. n.p.1889. N. Y. state lib. 

DeForest, T. R. anon. Olden times in New York by those who 
knew. 54p. N.Y. 1833. 974'7i D36 

17tb aucl 18ih centuries. 

Digest of city ordinances, prior to the revolution, [see N.Y. (city) — 
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Disturnell, John, comp. New York as it was and as it is; giving an 
account of the city from its settlement to the present time, forming 
a complete guide to the great metropolis of the nation, including the 
city of Brooklyn and the surrounding cities and villages. 296P. 
N.Y. 1876. _ 917-471 D63 

FiisC 50 payes describe New York city as it was. 

Durand, E: D. Finances of New York city. 397P- N. Y. r898. 

3521 D93 
P'inauces before 1784, p. 7-26. 

The Dutch in New York. (j-<?(r National magazine, June 1S58, 12: 
494-501) 051 N21 

Early state of medical science and practice in the city of New York, 
(.f^tf N. Y. (city)— Common council. Manual. 1849. 8:378-81) 

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Local history Extfacts ffom the ancient records, commencing from the year 1647, and 

New \ork city ' ° ^ -r/ 7 

continuing to about the period of 1797. (see N. Y. (city) — Common 
council. Manual. 1844-45. + ■ 293-324) 352.0747 N4k 

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Gerard, J. W. Impress of nationalities on New York city, [see 
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Gilder, J. B. New York, the cosmopolitan city, (j^^ Powell, L. P. ^r/. 
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Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder), Royce, A. C. & Putnam, Ruth, ed. 

Historic New York; being the 1st and 2d series of the Half moon 
papers. 2v. N. Y. 1897-99. • 974-71 G63 

Kva P. Brownell, a. fourth joint editor of v. 2. 

Gowans, William. Western memorabilia, (see Old New York, Mar.- 
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Chronology of New York city, 1631-18-51. 

Griffin, A. P. C. New York city. up. Bost. 1887. 016.9747 qG87 
50 copies reptiiited from bis Index of articles upon American local Jtistory . 

Hardie, James. Description of the city of New York, to which is pre- 
fixed a brief account of its first settlement by the Dutch in the year 
1629; and of the most remarkable events which have occurred in its 
history from that to the present period. 36op. N. Y. 1827. 

917.471 H21 
History, p.1-144. 

History of the government of New York, (see N. Y. (city) — Common 
council. Manual. 1854. 13 : 537-46) 352.0747 N4k 

History of the poor in the gity of New York, 1699-1816. (see N. Y. 
(city) — Common council. Manual. 1862. 21:658-60) 

352.0747 N4k 

Honeyman, A. V. eom/. Joannes Nevius, schepen and 3d secretary 
of New Amsterdam under the Dutch, ist secretary of New York 
city under the English; and his descendants A. D. 1627-1900. 
732p. Plainfield N. J. 1900. 929.2 qN4i4 

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Lamb, JMrs M. J. R. (Nash). History of the city of New York; its ^"^^'/o^k"!^ 
origin, rise and progress. 2v. N. Y. "^iSyy-So. 974-7i qLi6 

t'onieiits : v.l The jieriod to 1776. 

V.3 Century of national independence, closing in 1876. 

Externals of modern New York by Mrs Burton Harrison; 



being v. 2 ch.21, of Mrs Martha J. Lamb's History of the city of 
New York. p. 789-874. N. ^'. "^1896. 974-71 qLi6 v. 3 

TLis volnme and the two of the ))revious entry were published as a new 
edition of Mrs Lamb's history in 18116. 

List of the members of the city government from its incorporation, 1653, 
up to the present time; arranged alphabetically, (see N . Y . (dty) — 
Common council. Manual. 1854. 13:400-38) 352.0747 N4k 
Continued in later volumes. 

Lossing, B. J: History of New \'ork city embracing an outline sketch 
of events from 1609-1830, and a full account of its development 
from 1830-84. 2v. 88ip. N. Y. "1884.. 974-7i L89 

Paged coutiuuonsly. Colonial period, p. 1-39. 

Mayors of the city of New York, (see N. Y. (city) — Common council. 
Manual. 1869. 27 : 772-75) 352.0747 N4k 

Members of the city council from 1655 10*1842. (see N. Y. (city) — 
Common council. Manual. 1841. i : gi-i8o) 352.0747 N4k 
Continued in later volitmes. 

Mines, J: F. Walks in our church yards; old New York, Trinity 
parish, by Felix OldDoy. iSip. N. Y. 1896. 917.471 M661 

Mitchell, S: L. Historical summary of the several attacks that have been 
made upon the city of New York and of the measures that have been 
adopted for its defence, from 1613 until 18 12. (see N.Y. (city) — Com- 
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An historical summary of the several attacks that have been 



made upon the city of New York since its first settlement, and of the 
measures that have been adopted from time to time for its defence. 
4op. N.Y. 1812. L. I. hist. soc. 

Moss, Frank. American metropolis from Knickerbocker days to the 
present time ; New York city life in all its various phases. 3V. 
N.Y. 1897. 974-71 '^[851 



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Charter of the city of New York from 1686 to 1857, inclusive, and the 
amendments thereto ; also various acts of the legislature relative to the 
city of New York. 222p. N. Y. 1861. N. Y. state law lib. 

Dougan charter 1686, p. 1-20. 
Moritgomerie charter 1730, p. 21-85. 
Confirming act of 1732, p. 85-87. 

New York city, {see Willsey & Lewis. Harper's book of facts. 1895. 
p. 572-75) ^ R031 qW68 

Chronological history of the city, 1626-1894, and list of mayors, 16613-1895. 

New York privateers, 1704-1815. (.fif^N. Y. (city) — Common council. 
Manual. 1870. 28 : 867-73) 352.0747 N4k 

Old New York, {see Munsey's magazine, Ap. 1898, 19 : 43-56) 05 1 M92 

Olden time in New York; early city settlement, {see N. Y. (city) — 
Common council. Manual. 1849. 8:336-37) 352.0747 N4k 

Papers relating to the city of New York, {see N. Y. (state) — State, 

Secretary of Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 1:593-626. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1:383-407. ' 974.7 qN423 

Conlcnis : First application for muuicipal form of government, 1619. 

Provisional order for the government, 1650. 

Conimunicntion from West India company to director and coun- 
cil, l(r.2. 
lustruotion for the sheriff, l(J52-.53. 
Nicolls's I'iiarter, l(;6ri. 
Mayor and aldermen's commihsion, Kjlj.j. 
-Beuckes and Evevtsen's charter, 1673. 

Instructions for nnder sheriff and schepens of suburbs, 1673. 
Colve's charter, 1674. 
' Census about 1703. 
Ministers of Dutch reformed church Vt'>>< and 1796. 

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Population in 1696, 1731, 1756, 177:;. 

Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 3Sop. 
N. Y. 1855. ^ 974-71 R28 

Papers written for Manual of the cily of Neir Torlc, collected and 50 copies 
printed; mostly on colonial perio<l. No index. 

Richmond, J. F. New York and its institutions, 1609-1873. Ed. 7. 
6o8p. N. Y. 1873, '^'ji. 917.471 R41 

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Roosevelt, Theodore. New York. 232P. Lond, 1801. (His- lo"1 history 

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tone towns) 974.71 R67 

Colonial perioO, p. 1-104. 

Ruttenber, E: M. Native inhabitants of Manhattan and its In- 
dian antiquities, {see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the 
city of New York. 1892-93. 1:33-54) 974.71 qWBg 

Sketchesofthemayorsof New York from 1665- 1834. (see N. Y.(city) 

Common council. Manual. 1853. 12:379-426) 352.0747 N4k 

Stone, W: L. Centennial history of New York city from the dis- 
covery to the present day. 252P. N. Y. 1876. 974.71 St7 
Same work as his History of New York city. 1868. 

History of New York city from the discovery to the present day. 

252P. N. Y. 1868. 974.71 St7i 

Colouial period, p. 1-144. 

658+136P. N. Y. 1872. N. Y. pub. lib. 



Dutch period, p. 9-246. 

Judiciary of the early Dutch period by C: P. Daly, apx. p, 11-51. 

New York society in the oldeu time by W: I. Kipp, " 93. 

Todd, C : B. Story of the city of New York. 478P. N. Y. 1888. 

(Great cities of the republic) 974-71 T56 

Colouial period, p. 1-282. 

Valentine, D: T: Financial history of the city of New York from the 
earliesi period. (see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 
1859. 18:496-537) 3S^-°747 N4k 



History ofthecityof New York. 404P. N.Y. 1853. 974.71 V23 

From earlie.st discovery to 1750. 

Includes li.'it of freemen 1683-1740, lists of iuhabitauts, landowneis, etc. 

— comp. Reminiscences and history of the city of New York. 



264P. N. Y. 1857-58. 974-71 V231 

No title page. 

Transfer of land, early ordinances, general description, etc. relatiugebic^fly 
to the perioii before the revolution. 
Extracts from his Manual l§57-58. 

Van Pelt, Daniel. Leslie's history of the greater New York. 3V. 
N. Y. ^^1898. 974-71 qV34 

Contents : v. 1 New York to the consolidation. 

V. 2 Brooklyn and the other boroughs. 

V. 3 Encyclopedia of New York biography and genealogy. 



412 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Vati Renssclacr, Mrs Sarah. The Bayards of New ^"ork and the 

ri ew Yoi k city ' -^ 

Dvtch period early history of the city. {see her Ancestral sketches. 1882. 

p.29-61) 923-27 qV3S 

1647-73. 
The growth of the city of New York from 1626. {see Iier Ances- 
tral sketches. 1882. p. 159-82) 923-27 qV35 

Watson, J: F. Historic tales of olden time, concerning the early set- 
tlement and advancement of New York city and state for the use of 
families and schools. 2r4p. N. Y. 1832. 974-7 ^^33 

New York city, {see his Annals and occurrences of New '^'ork 

city and state in the olden time. 1846. p. 141-390) 974-7 W33r 

Olden time; researches and reminiscences of New York city. 

{see his Annals of Philadelphia. 1830. apx.p.i-78) 

974.811 W332 

Wilson, J. Q.ed. Memorial history of the city of New York from 
its first settlement to the year 1892. 4V. N. Y. 1892-93. 

974.71 qW69 

OldNewYork. (j-if^Cosmopolitan, Jan. 1892, 12:313-23) o5iqC82 



Winthrop, B: R. Old New York. {see^.Y. (city) — Common coun- 
cil. Manual. 1862. 21:686-94) 352.0747 N4k 
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Dutch period 
For first suttlemeut of Manhattan Island, see Tradinff compauies, j). '.Go. 
Account of Anneke Janse and her family ; also the will of Anneke 
Jansein Dutch and English. 3ip. Alb. 1870. 040 P v. 2541 
l.iO cojiies printed. 

Anneke Jans Bogardus and her farm, {see Harper's magazine. 
May 1885, 70:836-49) 051 H23 

Anneke Janse. {see Munsell, Joel. Collections on the history of 
Albany. 1865-71. 2 : 422-27 ; 3 : 459-64) 974-743 qM92 

Contains a partial genealogy of her descendants. 

Antiquities of New York, {see Catholic world, Aug. 1869, 9 : 652-60) 

205 C28 

The beginning of the city. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. 
Manual. 1853. 12:427-41) 352.0747 N4k 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 413 

Biographical sketches of all the magistrates of New Amsterdam, {see ^I^y^„[1^°IL 
N. Y. (city)— Common council. Manual. 1852. 11 : 378-400) -»""'' ^''™'' 

352.0747 N4k 

Burgomasters of New Amsterdam 1653-74. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. 
Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 2 : 49) 

974.71 qW69 

Davis, Asahel. History of New Amsterdam; or, New York as it was, 
m the days of the Dutch governors together with papers on events 
connected with the American revolution, and on Philadelphia in 
the times of William Penn. 240P. N.Y. 1854. 974.71 D29 
Albany, Scbeneetady, Esopus and Newpaltz, apx. p. 93-111. 
Durandj E : D. City chest of New Amsterdam p. 209-38. N.Y. 
'=1897. (Half moon ser. v. i, no. 7) N. Y. state lib. 

(see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder), Mothers. Flistoric 

New York. 1897. 1:159-90) 974'7i G63 

The Dutch on Manhattan. {see Harper's magazine, Sep. 1854, 
9:433-53) °5i H23 

The Dutch records of New York. (.f,ff Old New York) 974.71 qOli 
May 1890, 2 : 251-61 Dec. 1890, 2 : 337-42 

Mar. 1891, 2 : 462-70 
Contents: Ordicauees of Gov. Stuyvesant; inordinate drinking to be sup- 
pressed, goats and bogs must be kept out of the higbwny, ob- 
servance of the sabbatb, no liquor to be sold to the Indians, 
trading by foreigners forbidden. 

Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder). Fort Amsterdam in the da>s of the 
Dutch. p. 239-74. N.Y. "1897. (Half moon ser. V. I, no. 8) 

N. Y. state lib. 
{see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic 



xNew York. 1897. 1:1-37) 974-71 G63 

Historical minutes of the times of the Dutch, {see N. Y. (city) — 

Common council. Manual, i860. 19:612-19) 352.0747 N4k 
McManus, Blanche. How the Dutch came to Manhattan. 82p. 

N. Y. 1897. (Colonial monographs) 974-71 M22 

New Amsterdam from settlement through 2d occupation by the Dutch. 

Megapolensis, Johannes. Original letter, {see Old New York, Ap. 

1890,2:145-51) 974-71 qoii 

Dated 15 Aug. 1648: relating to Bogardus and Anneke Jans. 
Nash S. P. Anneke Jans Bogardus; her farm and how it became the 
property of Trinity church. New York; an historic inquiry. io5p. 
N. Y. 1896. 283.7471 T733 



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Locaihistory New Amsterdam. Proceedings of the burgomaster and schepens 

New York cir\ do i 

Dutch period {see ^.Y. {my) — Common council. Manual) 352.0747 N4k 

i845> 5:340-71 i849> 8:382^434 1852, 11:473-98 

i847> 6:371-86 1850, 9:487-546 1853, J2': 472-99 

1848, 7:376-84 1851, 10:421-50 

Records of New Amsterdam from 1653 to 1674, A, D. ed. by 

Berthold Fernovv. 7V. N.Y. 1897. 974-7' N424 

Contents: Minutes ot' the court of l)urtioniaaters and MCliepens. 

v.l 1653-5.5 V.2 1656-58 v. 3 1658-61 

V.4 1662-63 V.5 1664-66 v.6 166(i-73 

V. 7 1673-74, 11.1-139; Adnjinistrativu minutes, p. 140-267; 
IndPX, p. 269-U.".!'. 

Records of the city of New .Vmsterdam, ed. by H: B. Dawson. 

(i'.ff Historical magazine) 973 H62 \Mi-13 

Jan.-Ap. 1867, ser. 2, i -.7,2-4.1, 108-12, 170-75, 224-29 

June " " 1:354-64 Jan. 1868, ser. 2, 3:39-45 

July " " 2:30-34 Mar. " " 3:168-71 

Aihuiuisliation of Gov. Stuyvesaut. 

Records of the city of New Amsterdam in New Netherland, ed. 



by H: B. Dawson, v. i, 79P. Morrisania N.Y. 1867. 97471 D32 

No inorB publisbed. 100 copies reprinted witb changes from JJislurical 
magazine, v. 11. Chiefly orders ot Gov. Stuyvosant and council selected 
from the early Dntcb records, 1747-59. 

New York city in 1661 : the story of an old map. [see American bib- 
liopolist, Dec. 1871, 3:497-98) 010.5 -^™3 

Noyes, J. O. The Dutch in New Amsterdam, {see National maga- 
zine, May 1858, 12:443-48) 051 N21 

Paulding', J. K. e<ymj>. Affairs and men of New iVmsterdam, in the 
time of Governor Peter Stuyvesant ; comp. from Dutch manuscript 
records of the period. i6ip. N. Y. 1843, 974-71 P28 

Schaghen, P. Original document; letter announcing purchase of New 
York city, (j'^?^ National magazine, Sep. 1892, 16:586^90) 973 M271 

Scisco, L. D. The burgher guard of New Amsterdam, {see Ameri- 
can historical register, Ap. 1895, 2:737-47) 973 qAm3i 

Garrison of Fort Amsterdam. {see American historical register, 

May-June 1896, 4:255-62, 372-77) 973 qAni3i 

Stilwell, B: M. Early memoirs of the Stilwell family with a sketch 
of the history of Manhattan Island and its vicinity under the Dutch. 
289P. N. Y. 1878. 929.2 St58 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 415 

Valentine, D: T: Cornells Steenwyck, burgomaster of New Amster- ^"^^York'cUv 
dam, mayor of New York, {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. '^"''''*'' ^^™^ 
Manual. 1864. 23:648-64) 352.0747 N4k 

Law and lawyers in New Amsterdam, (see N. Y. (city) — Com- 
mon council. Manual. 1863. 22 : 569-80) 352.0747 N4k 

Van Rensselaer, Mrs Schuyler. The mother city of Greater New 
York. (.?<■(!• Century magazine, May 1898, 56 : 138-46) 051 Scr3i 

Watson, J: F. First settlement of the city of New York, (see Ms 

Annals and occurrences of New York city and state. 1846. 

P-9-I3) . 974-7 W331 

English period 

American divines: the Rev. Samuel Johnson, D. D. {see Christian 
observer, Dec. 1832, 32 : 763-76, apx. 829-36) 205 C462 

Andrews, ^A/: L. The Bradford map; the .city of New York at the 
time of the granting of the Montgomerie charter; a description to 
accompany a [reduced] facsimile of an actual survey made by 
James Lyne and printed by William Bradford in 1731. nSP- 
N. Y. 1893. 917.471 An2 

Only two copies of the original iire kuown to exist. 

Beardsley, E. E: Life and correspondence of Samuel Johnson, D. D. 
missionarv of the church of England in Connecticut and first pres- 
ident of Kings college, New York. Ed. 2. 380P. N. Y. 1874. 

92377 J63 

The burghers of New Amsterdam and the freemen of New York 1675- 
1866. (j-^^ New York historical society. Collections. 18S6. Pub- 
lication fund ser. v. 18) 974-7 N42 

Capture of the city of New Amsterdam by the English, {see N. Y. 
(city)-Common council. Manual. 1861. 20:603-21) 352.0747 N4k 

Carpenter, D. H. New York's first mayor, (j-^if New York genealogical 
and biographical record, Oct. 1887, 28:190-96) 929.1 qN42i 
Tliomas Willett, mayor 1663. 

Carther, E. Letter describing the stamp act riot in New York, {see 
New York mercantile library. New York city in the American 
revolution. i860. p. 41-49) N. Y.^state hb. 

Chandler P. W. Trials of ,certain negroes and others before the 
supreme court of New York for a conspiracy to burn the city and 
murder the inhabitants, 1741. (j-^i? /?« American criminal trials. 

1841-44. I : 211-54) N. Y. state law lib. 



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>)°w Yorkc[u- Chandler, T:B. Life of Samuel Johnson, D. D. the first president of 

English period Kings (now Columbia) college in New York. 2o8p. N. Y. 

1805. 923-77 J632 

City affairs after the capture of the city by the English, 1665-1672. {see 

N. Y. {city)-Common council. Manual. 1869. 27:887-90) 

352.0747 N4k 

City of New \'ork in 1673. (j-^^ Family magazine, 1835-36,3: 162-68) 

051 qF2i 

Clarke, Jo. New York in 1672-73; A letter written by Jo. Clarke of 
Fort James, N. Y. to Silvester Salisbury, commander of Fort Albany. 
{see Historical magazine, Feb. i860, 4: 50-51) 973 H62 

Condition of New York in 1757. (j^^ Old New York, Ap. 1890, 2:166-77) 

974.71 qOh 

Condition of the city fortifications, from a survey in 1688. {see 

Reminiscences of the city of New 'S'ork and its vicinity. 1855. 

p. 123-25) 974-71 R28 

Court of lieutenancy, 1686-96. (i'^.f New York historical society. Col- 
lections. 1881. Publication fund ser. 13:389-438) 974.7 N42 

DeWitt, Edward. Map of the city of New York showing the original 
high water line and the location of the different farms and estates; 
with an explanation, {see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual. 
1855. 12:436-41) 352-0747 ^'4k 

The duke of York's present to the common council of New York, {see N. Y; 
(city) — Common council. Manual. 1849. 8:343) 352.0747 N4k 

Execution of persons engaged in the negro plot in the city of New 
York in the year 1 74 1, {see's. \. (city) — Common council. Man- 
ual. 1866. 25:810-20) 352.0747 N4k 

Extracts from early newspapers, 1726-27. {see 0\d New York, Aug. 

1889, 1:37-41) 974-71 qOli 

Extracts from early newspapers, 1733-34- {see Old New York, Dec. 

1889, 1:357-59) 974-71 qOh 

The first negro plot in the city of New ^'ork, 1712. {see X. Y. (city) — 
Common council. .Manual. 1869. 27:775-76) 352.0747 N4k 

Gerard, J. W. Dongan charter of the city of New ^'ork. {see Maga- 
zine of American history, July 1886, 16:30-49) 973 M27 
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Grim, David. Memorandum, (see Reminiscences of the city of New Local history 

' \ J New York city 

York and its vicinity. 1855. p. 156-58) ■974-7i R28 ■E»»«»'' ?«"<"* 

1741-55. 

Headley, J. T. Negro riots of 1712-41 ; and, Stamp act riot of 1765. 
[see his Great riots of New York 1712 to 1873. 1873. p. 24-55) 

974.71 H34 

Hoes, R. R. Negro plot of 1712. (j'^'^' New York genealogical and 
biographical record, Oct. 1890, 21:162-63) 929.1 qN42i 

Horsmanden, Daniel. Journal of the proceedings in the detection of 
the conspiracy formed by some white people in conjunction with 
negro and other slaves for burning the city of New York in America 
and murdering the inhabitants, by the recorder of the city of New 
York. 205p. N. Y. 1744. N. Y. pub. lib. 

425. Lond. 1747. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Negro conspiracy in the city of New York in 1741 ; ed. by W: B. 



Wedgwood. 96p. N. Y. 185 1. N. Y. hist. soc. 

New York conspiracy ; or, A history of the negro plot with the 

journal of the proceedings against the conspirators at New York in the 
years 1741-42. Ed. 2. 385P. N. Y. 1810. 326.9747 H78 
List of editions of this work iu Winsor, 5 : 242. 

Trial of John Ury " for being an ecclesiastical person, made by 



authority pretended from the see of Rome and coming and abiding 
in the province of New York " and with being one of the conspi- 
rators in the negro plot to burn the city of New York, 1741. s8p. 

Abridged from The New York conspiracy ; or, A history of the negro plot. 100 
copies printed. 

Interesting selections of olden times, {see N. Y. (city) — Common 
council; Manual. 1849. 8:338-43) 352.0747 N4k 

Includes stamp act, population, commerce, taxes, etc. 

Interesting selections of the doings of our city fathers in early times, 
(.f^^ N . Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1848. 7:402-6) 

352.0747 N4k 
1684-91. 

Leach, J. G. Major William Dyre of New York, {see American 

historical register, Sep. 1894, i : 37-43) 973 qAm3i 

Marshall, O. H. New York charter, 1664 and 1674. {see Magazine 

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Local history Mementocs of the olden time, (s^e N.Y. (city) — Common council. 

New York cit v ^ ^ J / 

Engiishperiod Manual. 1869. 27:850-63) 352.0747 N4k 

1676-1790. 

Moulton, J. W. New York 170 years ago; with a view and explana- 
tory notes. 24p. N.Y. 1843. 974-71 M861 
1673, Not the same as his I'/c«- of the citij of yew Orange. 

View of the city of New Orange (now New York) as it was in the 

year 1673, with explanatory notes. 4op. N.Y. 1825. 974-71 M86 

The negro execution, 1741. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. 
Manual. 1856. 15:448-51) 352.0747 N4k 

Negro executions, 1741. {see Reminiscences of the city of New York 
and its vicinity. 1855. p. 198-201) 974.71 R28 

Negro plot in New York in 1741. {see National magazine, July 1893, 
18 : 128-31) 973 M271 

N. Y. (city) — Common council. Petition for a new charter, 1730. 
{see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. 

P-343-47) 97471 R28 

Includes report of the committee on the petition. 

N. Y. (city), Protestants. Petition to King William 3. {see Remi- 
niscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. 
p. 170-71) 974-71 R28 

Newspaper correspondence on public matters in the city of New York 
from 1 704-1 708. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 
1869. 27:796-837) 352.0747 N4k 

Signed J. S. 

Old times; New York in 1673. {see N.Y. (city) — Common council. 
Manual. 1850. 9:420-22) 352.0747 N4k 

Papers relating to the city of New York, (see N. Y. (state) — State, 

Secretary .of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51- 3:395-538- 974-7 N424 

1850-51- 3:239-324- 974-7 qN423 

1671-1769. 

Papers relating to the restoration of New York to the English, {see 
N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1852. 11:415-38) 

352.0747 N4k 

Parsons, C:W. Firstmayorof New York city; Thomas Willett. {see 
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Particulars of the riot, soon after the capture of the city of New York fe°^*Y„j.^'°[£ 
by the English in 1665. (see N. Y. (city)— Common council. Man- JSngiish period 
ual. 1869. 27:890-91) 352.0747 N4k 

Petition of the common council of New York for a free trade with 
Holland, 1669. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 
1850. 9:423) 352-0747 N4k 

Political disputes of the year 1 701 in New York city, (ji?^ N. Y. (city) — 
Common council. Manual. 1857. 15:515-28) 352.0747 N4k 

Random extracts from city records. {see N. Y. (city) — Common 
council. Manual. 1856. 15:515-^9) 352.0747 N4k 

1752-93. 

Samuel Johnson, {see American journal of education, July 1877, 

27:449-58) 37° 5 Am3£ 

Also in same journal Dec. 1859, 7 : 461-70. 

Shannon, J. City of New York, 1753-4, compiled from the news- 
papers of the day. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 
1868. 26:884-905) 352.0747 N4k 

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Sharpe, -Rev. John. Proposals for erecting a school, library and chapel 
at New York, 1712-13. {see New York historical society. Collec- 
tions. i88i. Publication fund ser. 13:339-63) 974^7 N42 

Shea, J : G. New York negro plot of 174 1. {see N. Y. (city) — Com- 
mon council. Manual. 1870. 28:764-71) 352.0747 N4k 

Thompson, Edward. New York in 1756. {see Old New York, 
Feb. 1890,2:36-38) 974-71 qOli 

Letter dated Aug. 15, 1756. 

Translation of a letter sent by the burgomasters and schepens of New 
Amsterdam to the West India company, describing the taking of 
the city by the English in 1664. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. 
Manual, i860. 19:592-93) 352.07^7 N4k 

Valentine, D : T : Caleb Heathcote, mayor of New York, 1711-13. 
(j^f N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1S64. 23:665-68) 

352.0747 N4k 

The city of New York 1730-52, compiled from the newspapers 

of the day. {see N. Y. (city)— Common council. Manual. 

1864-66) 352.0747 N4k 

23 : 672-739, 1730-36 24 : 726-848, 1737-49 25 : 617-724, 1850-52 



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Local history Van Pclt, Daniel. The city under Governor John Montgomerie, 

buudil^s' 1728-32. {see Wilson, ]. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of 

New York. 1892-93. 2:179-202) 974'7i qW69 

Localities, huildings 
Baptist church in Gold street, (see Old New York, May 1890, 

2:242-50) 97471 qOii 

Bellamy, B. W. Governors island. p.i4i-8i. N. Y. =1897. (Half 
moon ser. v.i, no. 5) N. Y. state lib. 

{see Goodwin, MrsMnud (Wilder) & others. Historic New 

York. 1897.1:365-457) 97471 G63 

Bisland, Elizabeth. Old Greenwich, p.275-301. N. Y. "1897. 

(Half moon ser. v. i , no. 9) N. Y. state lib. 

{see Qoo&^m, Mrs yia.\x(\. iy<l'-AAtr) leathers. Historical New 

York. 1897. 1:263-91) 974'7i G63 

The bowery, (j^i?^ N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1866. 
25 : 573-89) ' 352-0747 N4k 

Bowling green. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 
1858. 17:633-38) 3520747 N4k 

Caldwell, A. B. A lecture; the history of Harlem with appendix 
of history of New York from 1589 to 1674, also a business directory 
of Harlem. 49P. N. Y. 1882. 974-7i C12 

Delivered at Harlem April 24, 1882. 

' Cutting, E.. B. Old taverns and posting inns. p. 241-76. N Y. ''1898. 
(Half moon ser. v. 2, no. 7) N. Y. state lib. 

{see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic New 

York. 1899. 2:241-76) 974-71 G63 

Daly, C; P. First theater in New York, {see Historical magazine, 

July 1864, 8 : 232-37) 973 H62 

Dawson, H: B. The park and its vicinity, {see N. Y. (city) — Com- 
mon council. Manual. 1855. 14:433-85) 352.0747 N4k 
Eveuts dnriag stami) act troubles and the revolution. 

{see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 

1855. P-5-S7) 974.71 R28 
^ 95p. Morrisania N. Y. 1867. (Gleanings from the harvest 

field of American history) pti 974.71 qD32 

2.50 copies printed. 



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Descriptive parts of early grants and deeds on this island, specifying Lo^a^history 
the locahties to which they applied, (see Valentine, D : T : His- Lomiuies, 

J ^r \ 7 buildings 

tory of the city of New York. 1853. p. 307-12) 974-71 V23 

"Earle, Mrs Alice (Morse). Stadt huys of New Amsterdam. 29P. 
N. Y. "^1896. (Half moon ser. V. I, no. i) N. Y. state lib. 

(see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic New 

York. 1897. 1:39-73) 974-71 G63 

Early history of some of the streets of New York, {see N. Y. (city) — 
Common council. Manual. 1849. 8:347-55) 352.0747 N4k 

Hdsall, T: H. History of the town of Kings Bridge, now part of the 
24th ward, New York city, with index. loap. N. Y. 1887. 

974.71 qEd7 

Fletcher, Gov. Benjamin. Patent to Samuel Bayard, 1697. {see 
New York genealogical and biographical record, July 1887, 
18: 135-37) 929-1 qN42i 

The fort at the battery, {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 
1869. 27 : 749-55) 352-0747 N4k 

Gerard, J. W. The old stadt huys of New Amsterdam ; a paper read 
before the New York historical society, June 15, 1875. 59P. N. Y. 
1875. 974-71 G31 

Quarrels and law salts among the colonists in the 17th century. 

Old streets of New York under the Dutch; a paper read before 



the New York historical society, June 2, 1874. 52P. N. Y. 1875. 

Griffin, p.l035. 

65P. N. Y. 1874. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Hazen, William. Old Chelsea, {see Old New York, Dec. 1890, 

2:361-63) 974-71 qOh 

Hewitt, E: R. & Hewitt, M.. A. The bowery. p.371-406. 
N. Y.° 1867. (Half moon ser. v. i, no. 12) N. Y. state lib. 

{see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic New 

York. 1897. 1:357-94) 974-71 G63 

Hill G: E. & Waring, G: E. jr. Old wells and watercourses of the 
island of Manhattan. 2 no. P-303-70. N. Y." 1897. (Half 
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Local history Histofical sketch of the islands in the East river and New York bar- 
New York city 

iuihUng!' ^°^- ^^^^ ^- ^- i-'^^^j) — Common council. Manual. 1855. 

14 : 493-98) 352-0747 N4k 

■ {see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 

1855- P- 65-70) 974-71 R28 

Historical sketches of its origin and changes of names of the streets of 

the city, {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1855. 

14:499-516) 352-0747 N4k 

Holland society of New York. Commemorative tablets, {see its 

Yearbook. 1890-91. P-I5-36) 974-7 1^71 

New York city. 

House with a history. lop. N. Y. 1882. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Col. Eoger Morris's fine old mansion. 

Importance of the Long Island ferry question in old times, {see 
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An interesting historical mansion, {see Spirit of '76, Feb. 1895, 
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Col. Eoger Morris's house. 

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Wall street in history. 95P. N. Y. 1883. 974-7i L16 

Colonial period, p. 9-38. 

Papers written for the Magazine of American history, May-July, 1883. 

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Obsolete names of locaUties on Manhattan Island. {see N. Y. (city) — 
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NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 423 

The old graveyard of New Amsterdam. (see N. Y. (city) — Common Local history 

° •' ^ \ Ji l^-ew York city 

council. Manual. 1856. 15:444-47) 352.0747 N4k f ".""^.''^'f' 

(see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 

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Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Old meeting houses of the society of friends in 
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Papers relating to the swamp. (see N. Y. (city) — Common council. 

Manual. 1854. 13:529-35) 352-0747 N4k 

The park and its neighborhood in former times. (see N. Y. (city) — 

Common council. Manual. 1856. 15:426-39) 352.0747 N4k 

(see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 

1855. p. 176-89) 974-71 R28 

Pearl street, (see Old New York, Feb. 1890, 2: 1-23) 974.71 qOli 

Post, J: J. Old streets, roads, lanes, piers and wharves of New York, 
showing the former and present names together with a list of altera- 
tions of streets. 76p. N. Y. 1882. 917.471 qP84 

Public buildings and churches in the city erected within different 
intervals, (see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its 
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Public buildings ; the ancient and modern city halls, (see N. Y. (city) — 
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moon ser. v.i, no. 3) N. Y. state lib. 
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Rodenbough, T. F, Governors island, (see Wilson, J. G. ed. 

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Local history Rooscvelt, Jacobus. Will, (see Old New York, Dec. 1889, i : 360- 

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Smith, W. C. Roger Morris house, (see Magazine of American his- 
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Stephenson, John. The Bowery under Dutch rule, (j.?.? Independent, 
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1898, V. 50, pt I, p. 109-10) 205 fln2 

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Tillou, F. R. Trinity church yard, (see N. Y. (city) — Common coun- 
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Trask, Spencer. Bowling green. 84p. N. Y. 1898. 974.71 T69 

p. 163-208. N. Y. "1898. (Half moon ser. v. 2, no. 5) 

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Valentine, D: T: The iirst establishment of the village of Harlem. 
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352.0747 N4k 

. Historical : pubKc improvements previous to the revolution, (see 

N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1862. 21:499-555) 

352.0747 N4k 

History of Broadway, (see N. Y. (city) — Common council. 

Manual. 1865. 24:509-655) 352-0747 ^'4k 

History of the fort in New York. \see N. Y. (city) — Comiuon 

council. Manual. 1864. 23 : 624-47) 3S2'0747 ^'4k 

History of Wall street to the commencement of the present cen- 
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25 : 533-7°) 3S2'0747 N4k 

. ed, anon. Original grants of village plots below Wall street. 

P-495-S7I- N. Y. 1857. 917-471 V23 

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Willers, Diedrich, jr. Land titles in New York city, {see Old New 

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Winthrop, B: R. Old New York; read before the New York histori- 
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Ballard, F. W. Huguenot settlers of New York city and its vicinity. 
(.f<f,f N. Y. (city) — Common. council. Manual. 1862. 21:743-61) 

352.0747 N4k 

Census of the city of New York about the year 1703. 'see^.Y, 

(state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of 

New York) 1849-51. i : 611-24. 974-7 N424 

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Citizens of New Amsterdam in 1657. {seeWi\son,].G.ed. Memorial his- 
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Copy of a poll list of New York city ; election for assembly, February 

1761. {see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New 

York. 1892-93. 2:317-24) 974-71 qW69 

Directory of the citizens of New York of Dutch descent in 1687. {see 

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352.0747 N4k 

Directory of the city of New York in 1665. (j^d' Wilson, J. G. ed. 

Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. i : 338-40) 

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Directory of the city in 1665. {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. 
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Local history Glcanings from the Surrogate's officc. (^d'? Old NewYork) 974.71 qOli 
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ihuTch records r ji ^ ^ yi y i 

Oct. " I : 176-84 Jan. 1890, i : 417-22 

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Huling, R. G. ed. Rhode Islanders at Manhattan in the 17th cen- 
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974.5 N16 
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List of citizens admitted as freemen of the city of New York from 1749 
to 1775. (see Reminiscences of the city of New ^'ork and its vicin- 
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List of citizens of New York admitted as freemen between the years 
1680 and 1740. [see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city 
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List of citizens of New Y'ork admitted as freemen of the city between 
the years 1683 and 1740. {see Valentine, D:T: History of the 
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Arranged alphabetically. 

List of freemen continued from and including the year 1740, to and in- 
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List of inhabitants of the city in 1703. (see Valentine, D : T : History 
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List of inhabitants who offered loans for erecting the city palisades in 
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List of members of the Dutch church in this city in the year 1686. {see 
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at the final cession to the English with the national descent of the 
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974.7 qH7i. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 42/ 

List of the wealthier citizens of New Amsterdam, 16;^. (jif^ New Local history 

•^^ ^ New York city 

York historical society. Collections. 1841. ser. 2, i ; ^86) Residents. 

■' ^ ^ o / cMtrch records 

974.7 N422 V.6 

Marriages in the Dutch church, {see N. Y. (city) — Common council. 
Manual. 1861. 20:640-68) 352.0747 N4k 

Names of attorneys practicing in the city of New York between the 
year 1695 and the revolutionary war. {see Valentine, D : T : His- 
tory of the city of New York. 1853. p. 394-95) 974-71 Y23 

Names of physicians and surgeons practicing in the city between the 
year 1695 and the revolutionary war. (see Valentine, D ; T : His- 
tory of the city of New York. 1853. p. 396-97) 974-71 V23 

Names of schoolmasters, teaching in the city, between the year 1659 
and the revolutionary war. {see Valentine, D: T: History of the 
city of New York. 1853. p- 398) 974 71 V23 

Names of the principal male inhabitants of New York [cityj anno 1774. 
(j'lf^ N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1850. 9:427-42) 

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New York (city). Copy of the poll list of the election for representa- 
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made. 3V. N. Y. 1880. N. Y. pub. lib. 

1761, 1768, 1769. 
Edition of 50 copies. 

New York marriage licenses communicated by J. J. Latting 

(see New York genealogical and biographical record, Jan. 1873, 
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genealogical and biographical record) 929.1 N421 

July 1871, 2:141-42 Ap. 1872, 3:91-94 

Oct. 1872, 3: 192-95 

Rato or taxacon made this 24th day of July 1677 by ye mayoe 

and aldermen. (see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 
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logical and biographicalrecord, Jan. 1871, 2 :36-38) 929.1 N421 

New York (city), Eglise Francoise. Register of the births, 

marriages and deaths of the Eglise Fran5oise a la Nouvelle York 

from 1688 to 1804; ed. by Rev. A. V. Wittmeyer; and, Historical 



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Xew Yoi-kcu' documents relating to the French protestants in New York during 

finmh^TMords ^^^ ia.m^ period. 43ip. N. Y. 1886. (in Huguenot society of 

America. Collections. 1886. v.i) 284.57 qHS; 

New York (city), First and Second presbyterian churches. 

Records of marriages, 1756-1 8 13. (j-(?,f New York genealogical and 
biographical record) 929.1 N421 

Ap.-July 1880, II : 83-88, 120-24 

Jan. 1881, 12 : 32-36 

July 1881, 12: 134-41 

Jan.-Ap. 1882, 13:43-47, 87-91 

Jan. -Oct. 1883, 14:40-42, 90-95, 118-23, 169-72 

Jan.-July 1884, 15 : 31-33, 89-92, 132-37 

Jan. -July 1885, 16:40-41, 86, 114 

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Jan.-Ap. 1874, 5 : 35-37, 100-2 
Oct. 1874, 5: 183-86 
Jan. 1875, 6:48-52 

Jan.-Oct. 1876, 7: 35-38, 65-68, 135-40, 169-72 
Jan.-Ap. 1877, 8 : 20-24, 74-79 
Jan.-Ap. 1878, 9 : 16-19, 80-85 
Oct. 1878, 9: 169-73 

Jan.-Oct. 1879, 10:44-46, 93-96, 127-33, 177-81 
Jan. i88o, 11 : 29-33 

New York (city), Friends society. Record of the society of friends 
of New York and vicinity, from 1640 to 1800. {see New York 
genealogical and biographical record) 9-9-i N42t 

Oct. 1872, 3 : 184-90 

Jan.-Ap. 1873, 4:32-39, 94-98 

Oct. 1873, 4: 190-94 

Jan.-Ap. 1874, 5:38-41, 102-7 

Oct. 1874, 5 : 186-90 

Ap. 1875, 6:97-107 

Oct, 1875, 6: 192-93 

Jan. -Ap. 1876, 7:39-43. 85-90 
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New York (city), Reformed Dutch church. Baptisms in the Dutch Jj^^^^^j.^^^t^ 
church prior to 1697 ; prepared by D: T; Valentine, (see N.Y. (city)- fi^^^U^f 'cords 
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Baptisms in the Dutch church from 1697-1720, arranged by 

D: T: Valentine, (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual. 
1864. 23:767-837) 352-0747 N4k 

Marriages in the Dutch church before the revolutionary war, 



prepared by D: T: Valentine, [see N. Y. (city)-Common council. 
Manual. 1862. 21 : 556-651) 352.0747 N4k 

Record of births and baptisms, [639-1773. [see New York 

genealogical and biographical record, v. 5-29) 929.1 N421 

■ A part of the record prioted in nearly every nuniljer of the periodical. 

Record of marriages, 1639-1731. (see New York genealogical 

and biographical record) 929.1 N421 

Jan.-Oct. 1875, 6 : 32-39, 81-88, 141-48, 184-91 

Jan.-Ap. 1876, 7 : 27-34, 77-84 

Jan. 1877, 8:33-40 

July 1879,10:119-26 

Ap.-Oct. 1880, II : 75-82, 125-32, 172-80 

Jan.-OcL 1881, 12 : 37-44, 84-91, 124-31, 187-94 

Jan.-Ap. 1882, 13 : 16-23, 77-84 

July 1885, 16: 123-30 

Record of members, 1649-83. {see New York genealogical and 

biographical record) 929.1 N421 

Jan.-Oct. 1878, 9:38-45, 72-79, 140-47, 16 [-68 

Records of the reformed Dutch church in New Amsterdam and 



New York; marriages from 11 Dec. 1639 to 26 Aug. 1801 ; ed. with 
an introduction by S: S. Purple. 35ip- N. Y. 1890. (in 

New York genealogical and biographical society. Collections, 
v.i) 929.3 qN42i 

New York (city), Trinity church. EarHest Trinity church mar 
riages, 1 746-1 800. (see New York genealogical and biographical 
record, Oct. 1888, 19: 147-49) 929.1 qN42i 

Early records. (jiJif Historical magazine) 973 H62 v. 21,23 

Jan.-Feb. 1872, ser. 3, i : 10-14, 73,-77 
Ap.-May 1873, ser. 3, i : 218-22, 285-88 
June 1873, ser. 3, i : 351-55 
Jan.-Mar. 1874, ser. 3, 3 : 10-12, 101-5, 167-69 
Ap. 1875, ser. 3, 3:267-70 



430 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Notablc women of olden times in this city, ^see N. Y. (city)-Cominon 

New Tork cily 

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1855. p.89-1101 974-71 R28 

Record of burials in the Dutch church, New York, (see Holland soc- 
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Residences and stores of the merchants of New York, 1768. (see 
Wilson, J. G. cd. Memorial history of the city of New York. 
1892-93. 2:466-68) 974-71 qW69 

From Holt's New York journal and Gaines's New Yorlr mercury. 

Selyns, Henry. Catalogue of the members of the Dutch church with 
the names of the streets in the city of New York, 1686. (see New 
York historical society. Collections. 1841. ser. 2, i : 389-400) 

974.7 N422 V.6 

Tax and contribution list, raised in 1655 to defray the debt for con- 
structing the city defences, (see Valentine, D: T: History of the 
city of New York. 1853. p. 315-18) 974-71 V23 

This list embraces all the taxable Inhabitants of the city at that tirjii-. 

Tax list of New Amsterdam, 1674. (see New York historical society. 
Collections. 1S41. ser. 2, 1:387-88) 974-7 N422 v.6 

Tax list of New York city in the year 1676. (see New York genealogi- 
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Tax list of New Orange (New York) in 1674, during the occupation by 
the Dutch, (see Wilson, J. G. eii. Memorial history of the city of 
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Tax list of 1674. (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual. 1866. 
25:805-9) 352.0747 N4k 

Valentine, D:T: Biographical sketches of the principal public men in 
the city of New York, during the English colonial era. (see N.Y. (city)- 
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Notices of some of the marriages of this city in the times of the 

Dutch. (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual. 1862. 

21:762-75) 352-0747 N4k 

JJeacription 

Advantages of New York as set forth a century ago. (see N. Y. (city)- 
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Condition of New York in 1757. {see Old New York, Ap. 1809, 

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Facilities of travel between New York and Philadelphia at different 
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History of the domestic affairs of the inhabitants of New York, an- 
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Janvier, T: A. In old New York. 285P. N. Y. 1894. 

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Kalm, Peter. Description of the city of New York in the year 

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King, Moses, ed. King's handbook of New York city ; an outline 

history and description of the American metropohs. Ed. 2. 

ioo8p. Bost. 1893. R917.471 K58 

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maps. 
Knight, Mrs Sarah (Kemble). Description of New York in the 

year 1704-5. {see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city 

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Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. (Nash). Christmas season in Dutch New York. 

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iJew'iorkcnj- Lcwis. E.. D. Old prisons and punishments, p. 81-118. N. Y. 
Duoriptun oiggS. (Half moon sen v. 2, no. 3) N. Y. state lib. 

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Mackraby, Alexander. Letters to Sir Philip Francis, 1768. (see 
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Including a facsimile of the original letter. 

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Jonas Michaelius, eerste predikant der Nederduitsche hervormde 

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Jonas Michaelius, the iirst minister of the Dutch reformed church 

in the United States, facsimile of his letter, the only extant, 
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Murphy. 224- 5p. Amsterdam 1883. 

Mines, J: F. A tour around New York; and, My summer acre, being the 
recreation of Mr Felix Oldboy. 5i8p. N.Y.1893. 917.471 M66 
Contains illustrations of colonial buildings and description of life in the 
early days of the city. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 433 

Old New York revived, tei? Historical magazine) 07^ H62 v. 10-12 Local history 

'' b I ':IIO New York city 

1866, 10 : sup. II-I4, 38-43. 73-77. 108-13, 143-44 tory"'""' "'" 

Jan-Ap. 1867, ser. 2, i : 42-44, 105-8, 166-67, 214-15 
Aug. 1867, ser. 2, 2: 110-113 
Nov. 1867, ser. 2, 2 : 291-94 
Mar. 1868, ser. 2, 3 : 166-68 

Picture of New York and stranger's guide. 492P. N. Y. "^1828. 

917.471 Ps8 
First 135 pages, chronologic record of the city's progress. 

Prime, B: Y. New York in 1770; extract from a letter, (see New 
York mercantile library. New York city in the American revolu- 
tion. i860, p. 50-52; N. Y. state lib. 

Sketch of the origin of the fire department, {see Reminiscences of the 
city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. p.271-79) 974.71 R28 

Stevens, J: A. Life in New York at the close of the colonial period, 
Isee Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York, 

1892-93. 2:445-64^ 974-71 qW69 

Old New York coffee-houses, [see Harper's magazine. Mar. 

1882,64:481-99) 051 H23 

Old New York taverns, [see Harper's magazine, May 1890, 

80:842-64) 051 H23 

Value of property in New York city in early times, (see Reminiscences 

of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. p. 1 17-18) 

974.71 R28 
1643-1705. 

Beligious history 

From the great mass of literature, coatroversial and other, touching 
Trinity church, only that has been included which seems fullest and most 
important in its bearing on the colonial period. 

Baird, C : W. Pierre Daill6, the first Huguenot pastor of New York. 
(5^<; Magazine of American history, Feb. 1877, 1 : 91-97) 973 M27 

Bayley, J. R. Brief sketch of the early history of the catholic church on 
the island of New York. Ed. 2. 242P. N.Y.1870. 282.7471 B34 
Colonial period, p. 13-49. 

Berrian, William. Historical sketch of Trinity church. 386 p. 
N. Y. 1847. 283.7471 T731 

Bowen, L. P. Days of Makemie ; or, The vine planted A. D. 1680- 
1708, with an appendix. SS8p. Phil. 1885. 922.57 M28 



434 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

New TOTk^i^y Campbell, Alexander. Protestation. 4p. X.Y. 1733. X.Y.pub. lib. 

Jtdigious Ms- ■ Before Eichard Nicolls, Mar. 26, 1733, asainst Rev. William Vescy's exam- 

ining certain charges maile to the biabop of London against hiuj. 

— ■ Supplement to the vindication of Mr Alexander Campbell : 

wherein all the objections made to the said vindication are answered, 
particularly those in a late paper called Mr Noxon's observations, 
stc. 3sp. N. Y. 1732. N. Y. pub. lib. 

True and just vindication of Mr Alexander Campbell from the sev- 



eral aspersions cast upon him, and that load of undeserved calumny 
and reproach he at present lyes under. In a letter directed to 
Edmund lord bishop of London. i4p. N. Y. 1732. V922.37 C15 

The case of the Scotch Presbyterians of the city of New York. N.Y. 1733. 
Entered in Thompson. Historij of the preshijterian churches in the United 
States. 1895. pref. p. 16. 

Clarke, R : H. Catholic church in New York, {see Wilson, J. ( ;. ed. 
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974.71 qW69 

Collection of some papers concerning Mr Lewis Rou's affair. 34p, 

N. Y. 1725. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Contents : 1 Acts of the French consistory in tlic city of New York jiassed 

against him the 13th and 20th of Sep. 1724. 

2 Petition of several heads of families to t lie governor in council. 

3 Order of the council about the petition. 

4 Answer of the consistory to said pctilion. 

5 Mr Ecu's reply to this answer. 

6 The two reports of the committee of the council, with the 
orders of that board concerning the same. 

Daly, C : P. Settlement of the Jews in North America ; ed. with notes 
and appendices by M. J. Kohler. i7ip. N. Y. 1893. 296 D17 
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De Costa, B : F. Early Huguenots of Manhattan, {see Wilson, 
J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. ^ 1892-93. 

4:371-79) 974-71 qW69 

DeLancey, W: H. Title, parish rights and property of Trinity 
church New York from the appendix to Bishop De Lancey's 20th 
conventional address, delivered in Oswego, -Vug. 19, 1857. 23P. 

Utica 1857. 283.7471 T732 V.4 

DeWitt, Thomas. Discourses delivered in the North reformed 
Dutch church (collegiate) in the city of New York on the last sab- 
bath in August 1856. loop. N.Y. 1857. 285.77471 X811 
History of the reformed church in New York city. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 435 

Dix, Morsran. Historical recollections of St Paul's chapel ; to which Local historj 

. SewYnrk 

is prefixed an account of the celebration of its centennial anniversary. HeUgious Ms- 

^ lory 

Oct. 28, 29 and 30, 1866. 64p. N.Y. 1867. 283.7471 Sa2i 
History of Trinity parish. {see AVilson, J. G. ed. Memorial 



history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4:188-207) 974.71 qW69 

History of the parish of Trinity church in the city of New 

York. V.I. N.Y. 1898. 283.7471 qT73i 

In 3 volumes. 

Old Trinity, New York and its chapels. (see Perry, W: S. e/f. 

History of the American episcopal church. 1885. 2 : 473-84! 

283-73 qP42 

Dunshee, H: W. anon._ History of the school of the collegiate re- 
formed Dutch church in the city of New York, from 1633 to 1883. 
Ed. 2. 284P. N.Y. 1883. 373-747 N4E 

Dyer, A. M. Points in the first chapter of New York Jewish history 
(see American Jewish historical society. Publications. 1894. 
3 : 41-60) 296 Am3 

• Pulpit censorship in New Amsterdam. (see American historical 

register, Feb. 1895, I : 507-14) 973 qAm3i 

Early Dutch reformed church in Nassau street in the city of New York, 
(j-ifif American historical record, Sep. 1872, 1:400-32) 973 qAm 

Early history of the catholic church on the island of New York. (see 
Historical magazine, Oct.-Nov. 1869, ser. 2, 6: 229-33, 271-79) 

973 H62 v.i6 
From Catholic ivorld, Dec. 1869, 10:413-20, 515-25, 205C28. 

A familiar conversational history of the evangelical churches of New 
York. 222p. N. Y. 1838. 277.471 F2i 

Foote, W: H: Rev. Francis Makemie and his associates. The con- 
finement and trial of Makemie for preaching a sermon in New 
York, 1707. (see Foote, W: H: Sketches of Virginia. 1850. 
1:40-84) 2851755 F73 

Greenleaf, Jonathan. A history of the churches of all denominations 
m the city of New York from the first settlement to the year 1S46. 
379p. N. Y. 1846. 277.471 GS4 

Ed. 2. 42gp. N. Y. 1850. 277.471 (1841 

Harrison, W: H. a/ww. Trinity church title; an exposure of Miller's 
letter, with documents, etc. addressed to the late commissioners of 
the land office. 46p. Alb. 1856. 283.7471 T732 v. 3 



436 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Historical documents relating to the French protestants in New York. 

r«ew York city *^ x 

Rehgioju; his- 1686-1804. (see Hugucnot socicty of America. Collections. 

1886. 1:327-431) 284.57 qH87 

Induction of the Rev. William Vesey. {see Old New York, Jan. 1890, 

1:401-17) 974-71 qOii 

Introduction of methodism. (see Old New York, Aug. 1889, i : 41-45) 

974.71 qOli 

Isaacs, A. S. Thejewsof New York. (j^^Wilson, J. G. <?</. Memorial 

history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4:380-85) 974.71 qW69 
Kemp, R. M. comp. Old St Paul's chapel, Trinity parish. New York, 

names and histories that have clustered round it in four generations. 

24p. N. Y. 1896. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Kohler, M. J. Beginnings of New York Jewish history, (j-^i? American 

Jewish historical society. Publications. 1893. 1:41-48) 296 Am3 
Civil status of the Jews in colonial New York, {see American 

Jewish historical society. Publications. 1897. 6:81-106) 296 Am3 
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Jewish historical society. Publications. 1893-94. 2:77-100; 
3:73-86) 296 Am3 

Makemie, Francis. A good conversation; a sermon preached at the 
city of New York, January 18, 1706/7. 36p. Bost. 1707. 

Sabin, 11:136. 
For preaching this sermon the author was imprisoned. 

(j-^(f New York historical society. Collections. 1871. Pub- 
lication fund ser. 3:411-53) 974-7 N42 

Narrative of a new and unusual American imprisonment of two 



presbyterian ministers and prosecution of Mr Francis Makemie, one of 
them, for preaching one sermon at the city of New York, by a learner 
of the law and lover of liberty. 47p. Bost. 1707. N. Y. pub. lib. 

52p. N. Y. 1755. N. Y. pub. lib. 

■ {in Force, Feter, ed. Tracts and other papers. 1846. v. 4, 

no. 4) N. Y. state lib. 

Memorial with accompanying documents of inhabitants of the city of 
New York in communion with the protestant episcopal church in 
the state of New York praying the repeal or amendment of an act 
entitled "An act to alter the name of the corporation of Trinity 
church in New York and for other purposes", passed Jan. 25, 1814. 
48p. N. Y. 1846. 283,7471 T732 V.I 

Appended are 579 maDuscript signatures. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 437 

Miller, R. G. Letter and documentary evidence in relation to the Local history 

, . New York city 

Irinity church property in the city of New York submitted to the ReUgioue tds- 
commissioners of the land office, June 21, 1855. 86p. Alb. 
1855. 283.7471 T732 V.3 

Moore, G: H. Notes on the maintenance of the ministry and poor 
in New York, the colonial ministry acts ; the vestry of the city of 
New York, the minister of the city; Trinity church and its first 
resident rector, [see Historical magazine, June-July 1867, ser. 2, 
1 : 321-33; 2:9-15) 973 H62 V. n-12 

New York (city). Collegiate reformed church. Bicentenary of 
the charter of the reformed protestant Dutch church of the city of 
New York, May II, 1896. 87p. N. Y. 1896. N. Y. pub. lib. 
Contents : Historical address by E : B. Coe, p. 17-39. 

Addresses by H: M. Baird, J. B. Remensnyder, Morgan Dix, 
C. C. Tiffauy, D. J. Burrell, p. 4-75. 
Tbe charter, p. 76-87. 

Collegiate Dutch church proceedings at the centennial anniver- 
sary of the dedication of the north Dutch church. May 25, 1869 « 
and also at the laying of the corner stone of the new church on 5th 
avenue, corner 48th street, on the same day. 76p. N. Y. 1869. 

285.77471 N812 

Historical sketch of the origin and organization of the reformed 



church in America and of the Collegiate church of the city of New 
York. 48p. N. Y. 1896. 285.77471 C681 

54p. n. p. 1899. 285.77471 C68 



New York (city), Reformed Dutch church. Records of the 
reformed Dutch church in New Amsterdam and New York ; mar- 
riages frcrm II Dec. 1639 to 26 Aug. 1801, edited with an introduc- 
tion by S : S. Purple. 351?. N. Y. 1890. {in New York genea- 
logical and biographical society. Collections. 1890. v. i) 

929 qN42 
Edition of 100 copies. 

New York (city). Trinity church. Charter, etc. of Trinity church 
in the city of New York. 3op. N. Y. 1846. 283.7471 T732 v.3 

Trinity church bicentennial celebration, May 5th, 1897. 38p. 

1897. 283.7471 qT73 

Noxon, Thomas. Mr Noxon's observations upon Parson Campbell's 
vindication. ip. N. Y. 1732. N. Y. pub. lib. 



438 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Old Nevv York and Trinity church, {see New York historical society. 

New York city 

Beiigim'.s his- Collections. 1871. Publication fund ser. 3 ; 145-408) 974.7 N42 

Parkinson, William. Jubilee : a sermon, containing a history of the 
origin of the First baptist church in the city of New York delivered 
Jan. I, 1813. 52p. N. Y. 1813. 286.17471 F51 

Pollock, Allan. History of Trinity church and its graveyard. 32P. 

N, Y. 1880. 283.7471 T73 

Potter, H : C. Protestant episcopal church. [see Wilson, J. G. eii. 
Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4:620-34) 

974.71 qW69 
Rev. Mr Doughty. (see O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New Nether- 
land. 1846-48. 1:427-28) 974-7 Ocii 
From Vertoogh van Nieu Nederland \)j Adriaen van der Donek, and Coit 
iericlit by Van Tienlioveii. 

Rou, Louis. Difficulties in the French protestant church, Nevv York. 

(see N. Y. (state^ — State, Secretary of Documentary history of 

the state of New York) 1849-51. 3: 1159-77. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 3:703-13. 974.7 qN423 

Sandford, L : H. Bogardus vs Trinity church ; opinion in the case of 
Nathaniel Bogardus and others vs the rector, church- wardens and 
vestrymen of Trinity church, June 28, 1847. 4op. N. Y. 1847. 

283.7471 T732 V.2 

Sharpe, Rev. John. Proposals for erecting a school, hbrary and 
chapel at New York, 1712-13. (^1?^ New York historical society. 
Collections. 1880. Publication fund ser. 13 :337-63) 974.7 N42 

Spence, Irving. Letters on the early history of the presbyterian 
church in America. i99P- Phil. 1838. 285.173 Sp3 

Prosecution of Rev. Francis Makemie in New York, p. 69-74-% 

To the Rev. William Vesey and his two subalterns, viz Tom Pert, the 

Beotian, and Clumsy Ralph, the Cimmerian. 4p. N, Y. 1732. 

Printed by J : P. Zenger. N. Y. pub. lib. 

A letter supporting Alexander Campbell in his difierencfs with Rev. 

William Vesey. 

The true state of Mr Ron's case; or, A short discourse concerning his 
difference with the present consistory of the French church in New 
York. Printed and sold by WiUiam Bradford in the city of New 

York. 1726. 

Grolier club, p. 27, no. 69. Rev. Louis Ron's statement of his side of the 
question in the unsuccessful attempt to remove him. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 439 

Valentine, D : T : Dominie Bogardus. (see N. Y. (city)— Common Local history 

' ° V ■ ' J / jfew York city 

council. Manual. 1863. 22 : 595-609) 352.0747 N4k Oomviemai 

Van Pelt, Daniel. Pictures of early church life in New York city. 8ip. 
N. Y. n. d. L. I. hist. see. 

White, F: C. & Terry, Roderick, <rtf/«/. anon. Historical sketch 
of the South church reformed, of New York city. 57p. N. Y. 
1887. N. V. pub. lib. 

First church in New York city, reformed protestant Dutch, p. 7-13. 

Winslow, F. E. Trinity church and its 200 years. (see Outlook, 
May 8, 1897. 56: 112-15) 205 C4622 

Commercial 
Devoe, T: F. Market book; containing a historical account of the 
public markets in the cities of New York, Boston, Philadelphia and 
Brooklyn. 2v. N. Y. 1862. 643 M2 

Public markets o£ New York, v. 1. 

— Old Fly market butchers, (see N. Y. (city) — Common council. 



Manual. 1868. 26 : 841-63) 352.0747 N4k 

King, Charles. History of the New York chamber of commerce with 
notices of some of its most distinguished members, {see New York 
historical society. Collections. 1849. ser. 2, 2 : 381-446) 

974.7 N422 V. 7 

New York chamber of commerce. Centennial celebration at 
Irving hall, Ap. 6, 1868; report of proceedings. 44p. N. Y. 1868. 

N. Y. pub. lib. 

Charter and bylaws; with a history of the Chamber of commerce 

of the'state of New York. io4p. N. Y. 1849. 381 N422 

T6op N. Y. 1855. 381 N421 



. — Colonial records, 1 768-1 784 with historical and biographical 

sketches by J: A. Stevens Jr. 404+172P. N. Y. 1867. 381 qN42 

Stevens, J: A., jr. Commercial history of the city of New York, {see 
Wilson, J, G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 

1892-93. 4:498-550) 974-71 qW69 

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19:787-800) 051 G13 



44° NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Long Island 

Local history The eastern part was settled by the English from New England and the 

towns included in the present county of Suffolk and part of Queens placed 
themselves under the jurisdiction of New Haven. By the treaty of Hartford 
in 1650, the west line of OjSter Bay was made the boundary between the Dutch 
and English claims. In 1664 on the conquest of the dake of York, the whole 
island became part of his dominion. 

Agreement between John Scott and Gov. Stuyvesant, 1663-4. {see 

'O'Callaghan^^'Ei^B.""" History of New^ Netherland. " i846h^8" 

2:578) 974.7 Ocii 

Scott was "president of the Enr;ligh of ye townes of Gra\esend, Ffolstone, 

Hastings, Crafford, Newark and Hempsted". 

Bunker, M.. P. Long Island genealogies being kindred descendants 
of Thomas Powell. 53op. Alb. 1895. (Munsell's historical ser. v. 24) 

929.1 B88 

Colve, Gov. Anthony. Charter to the several towns on Long Island, 
anno 1673. (see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary 
history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 1:655-58. 974.7 N424 
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DeKay, J. E. Indian names on Long Island. i2p. Oyster Bay 
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Fernow, Berthold, tr. & ed. Documents relating to the history of 
the early colonial settlements, principally on Long Island, with a 
map of its western part made in 1666. 8oop. Alb. 1883. (in N. Y. 
(state) — Legislature. Documents relative to the colonial history of 
the state of New York. 1853-87 v. 14) R974-7 N421 

Flint, M. B. Early Long Island, a colonial study. 549P- N. Y. 
1896. 974.721 F64 

Limited letter press ed. containing a bibliography. 
Prerevolutiouary, p. 1-384. 

Furman, Gabriel. Antiquities of Long Island. 478p. N. Y. 

1875. 974.72I ^98 

General history of Long Island, (see History of Suffolk county, 

N. Y. 1882. p. 16-48) 974-725 qH62 

Jones, W: A. Long Island. 23P. N. Y. 1863. 

Griffin, p. 1012. Read before Long Island historical society, Nov. 5, 1863. 

(.y(?(f Historical magazine. Mar. 1864, 8 : 89-98) 973 H62 

Moore, C: B. Laws of 1683; old records and old politics, (see 
New York genealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1887, 
18: 49-63) 9291 qN42i 

Conlains much information about Long Island towns. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 441 

Moore, C: B. Shipwrights, fishermen, passengers from England. (see ^"'^^'lYna'^^ 
New York genealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1879, 10 : 66-76, 
Oct. 1879, 10 : 149-55) 929'i N42£ 

Mainly settlers on Long Island. 

Mulrenan, Patrick. Brief historical sketch of the catholic church 
on Long Island. 129P. N. Y. 1871. 282.747 L86 

NicoU, E : H. Early settlement of Long Island, (see Magazine of 
American history. Mar. 1884, 11:239-43) 973 M27 

Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Bibliography of Long Island. (see 
Furman, Gabriel. Antiquities of Long Island. 1875. p. 435 69) 

974.721 F98 

Historic and anterevolutionary churches of Long Island, (see 

Perry, W: S. ed. History of the American episcopal church. 1885. 
1:598-99) 283.73 qP42 

Prime, N. S. History of Long Island from its first settlement by 
Europeans to the year 1845, with special reference to its eccle- 
siastical concerns. 42op. N. Y. 1845. 974.721 P93 

Rate lists of Long Island, 1675, 1676 and 1683. {see N. Y. (state) — 

State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New 

York) 1849-51- 2:439-542. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 2:251-314. 974.7 qN423 

Contents: List of Easthampton, 1675. 

List of estate of Huntington, 1675. 

Soutbold's estimate. 1675. 

Valuation of estates at Flushing, 1675. 

Valuations of Flushing, Gravesend, Hempstead and Jamaien, 1675. 

List of the estate of Newtown, 1675. 

Valuation for Brookliaven, 1675. 

Assessment rolls of the five Dutch towns in King's county; 
Flatbush, Brooklyn, Buahwick, New Utrecht and Flatlands, 1676. 

Eate list of Bushwiok, 1683. 

Rate list of Flatlands, 1683. 

Valuation of Brooklyn, 1683. 

Eate list of Flatbush, 1683. 

Rate list of New Utrecht, 1683. 

List of persons, lands and cattle ratable, Gravesend, 1683. 

Rate list of Newtown, 1683. 

Flushing estimations, 1683. 

List of town estate of Jamaica, 1683. 

Valuation o estates of Hempstead, 1683. 

List of estates of Oyster Bay, 1683. 



44- NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history List of ratable estate of Huntington, 1683. 

Lnnf; Island ^ 

Smitbtown estimations, 1681!. 

Valuation of ratable estate, Brookhaven, 1683. 

Estimate ot Soiithold, 1683. 

Estimate of Southampton, 1683. 

Estimate of Easthampton, 1683. 

Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts. 

Extracts from the early and original records of the society, made 
by R. R. Hoes, (see New York genealogical and biographical 
record, July 1891, 22:127-32) 929.1 qN42i 

Thompson, B: F. History of Long Island; containing an account of 
the discovery and settlement, with other important and interesting 
matters to the present time. 536p. N. Y. 1839. 974.721 T37 

History of Long Island, from its discovery and settlement to the 

present time. Ed. 2. 2v. N.Y. 1843. 974.721 T371 

Includes genealogy and biograpbic sketches of the early settlers. 

Tooker, W : W. Some Indian names of places on Long Island, N. Y. 
and their correspondences in Virginia. (see Magazine of New 
England history, July 1891, 1 : 154-58) 929 M27 

Townshend, C : H. Early history of Long Island sound and its 
approaches, {see New Haven colony historical society. Papers. 
1895- 5:275-305) 974-67 N42 

Trumbull, J. H. Indian names of places on Long Island derived from 
esculent roots, {see Magazine of American history, June 1877 
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Watson, J : F. Early settlement and incidents at Brooklyn and Long 
Island, {see his Annals and occurrences of New York city and 
state. 1846. p. 34-37) 974-7 W331 

Wood, Silas. Sketch of the first settlement of the several towns on 
Long Island with their political condition to the end of the Ameri- 
can revolution. 66p. Brooklyn 1824. 974.721 W85 

New ed. nip. Brooklyn 1826. 974.721 W851 

New ed. i8ip. Brooklyn 1828. 974.721 W852 

First historian of Long Island after Denton's mention of it in 1670. 

Sketch of the first settlement of the several towns on Long 

Island with their political condition to the end of the American 
revolution ; with a biographical memoir and additions by A. J. 
Spooner. 2o6p. Brooklyn 1865. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Edition of 250 copies. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 443 

Kings county 
Assessment rolls of the five Dutch towns in Kings county, L. I. 167c;, l?'='»i history 

° ■" ' ->' Kings county 

translated firom the original Dutch ms. (see N. Y. (state) — State, 

Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 4:139-61. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 4:89-104. 974.7 qN423 

Bergen, T. G. Contributions to the history of the early settlers of 
Kings county, N. Y. (see New York genealogical and biographical 
record) 929-1 N421 

July 1878, 9 : 126-29 -^P- 1880, II : 62-70 

Ap. 1879, 10 : 85-86 Oct. 1880, II : 159-67 

Oct. 1879, 10 : 155-61 

■ comJ>. Register in alphabetical order of the early settlers of 

Kings county, Long Island, N. Y. from its first settlement by Euro- 
peans to 1700 with contributions to their biographies and genealogies 
compiled from various sources 452p. N. Y. 1881, 929,1 B45 

Flint, M. B. The five Dutch towns, (see her Early Long Island. 
1896. p 76-103) 974.721 F64 

Furman, Gabriel. Antiquities of Long Island, to which is added a 

bibliography by Henry Onderdonk jr; ed. by Frank Moore. 478p. 

N. Y. 1875. 974 721 F98 

Reprint of edition of 1824 : contains his Xotes geographical and historical' 

relating to the tovin of Brooklijn. 

Kings county genealogical club. Collections, v.i, no. 1-6. 
N. Y. 1882-88. 929.5 K61 no. 1-4 

L. I. hist. soc. no, 5-6 
Contents : no. 1 Inscriptions on tombstooes in the cemetery of the reformed 
Dutch church. New Utrecht L. I. p. 1-15. 

no. 2 lusoriptions on tombstones in and around the churchyard. 
Flatlands, L. I. p. 17-29. 

no. -i Inscriptions on the tombstones in and around the church- 
yard, Gravesend, p. 31-43. 

no. 4 Tombstone inscriptions in the burial ground of the old 
Bushwiek church, p. 45-52 ; baptisms in the reformed Dutch church 
of Brooklyn, 1660-79, p. 53-60. 

no. 5-6 Brooklyn baptismal record, 1679-1719; marriages, 1660-96, 
p. 61-96. 



444 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Brooklyn^ °'^^ List of all the inhabitants of towns in Kings county, 1 738. {see N. Y. 
(state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of 
New York) 1849-51. 4 : 188-200. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 4:122-31. 974.7 qN423 

Contents: Flatbash, Brooklyn, Flatlands, Bushwyok, Gravesend. 

Papers relating to Kings county, L. I. [see N. Y. (state) — State, Sec- 
retary of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 
1849-51- 3 : 131-85- 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 3:85-116. 974.7 qN423 

Contents: List of all freeholders within Kings county about 1698. 

Documents relating to troubles in the Dutch reformed churche,", 
1702-11. 

List of offlcere and soldiers belonging to the regiment of militia, 
1715. 

Proctor, L. B. History of the bench and bar of Kings county; and. 
History of the board of supervisors, 1714-1884. (see Stiles, H: R. 
Civil, political, professional and ecclesiastical history of the county 
of Kings. 1884. i:338-4i4a) 974.722 qSt5 

List of county officials, p. 366-69. Legislative officers, p.372-77. 

Roll off those who haue taken the oath off allegiance in the Kings 
county 26-30 day off Sep. 1687. {see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary 
of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 1:659-61. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1:429-32. 974.7 qN423 

Also in Holland society of New York. Year hook. 1896. p. 159-60, 
974-7 qHyi. 

Stiles, H; R. Ecclesiastical history of Kings county, 1628-1800. 
(see his Civil, pohtical, professional and ecclesiastical history of the 
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Brooklyn 
lucluding Bushwick and Williamsburg 
Bailey, J. T. Historical sketch of the city of Brooklyn and the sur- 
rounding neighborhood; including the village of Williamsburgh and 
the towns of Bushwick, Flatbush, Flatlands, New Utrecht and 
Gravesend, to which is added an interesting account of the battle 
of Long Island. 72p. Brooklyn 1840. 974.723 B15 

Baker, C : D. First reformed Dutch church, Brooklyn, N. Y (see 
Magazine of American history, Oct. 1887, 18 : 336-38) 973 M27 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 445 

Barnes, S : C. Wallabout and the VVallabouters; lecture in 1856 at the B°„''4'iyji^*°'^ 
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Beekman, A. J. History of the corporation of the reformed Dutch 
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lyn 1886. L. I. hist. soc. 

Brooklyn, Reformed Dutch church. Baptisms in the reformed 

Dutch church of Brooklyn, as translated by T. G. Bergen, {see 

Kings county genealogical club. Collections. 1888. i : 53-60) 

929.5 K61 
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(.fd'^ Brooklyn — Common council. Manual. 1869. p. 448-504) 

352.0747 B7k 

First book of records, 1660-1 7 19 {see Holland society of New 

York. Yearbook. 1897. P- 133-94) 974-7 1^71 

Contents: Mtmbers, p. 133-38; marriages, p. 139-44; baptisms, p. 144-94. 

Civil list of officers of the town and village of Brooklyn, 1671-1833. 
{see Stiles, H : R. Civil, political, professional and ecclesiastical 
history of the county of Kings. 1884. 1:423^-24") 974.722 qSt5 

Devoe,T: F. Reminiscencesof old Brooklyn, (j-.?.? Historical maga- 
zine, Nov. -Dec. 1867, ser. 2, 2 : 257-66, 340-47) 973 H62 v. 12 

Drowne, T. S. Commemorative discourse deUvered on the occasion 
of celebrating the completion of the tower and spire of the church 
of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, L. I., Dec. 19, 1867, with illustrative 
historical notes. 78p. N. Y. 1868. 283.747 B791 

Efirly churches of Brooklyn, p. 35-55. 

Field, T ; W. Historic and antiquarian scenes in Brooklyn and its 
vicinity with illustrations of some of its antiquities. 96p. Brook- 
lyn 1868. 974-723 qF4S 

Editon of 110 copies, 

Indian, Dutch and English names of localities in Brooklyn, p. 49-60. 

Furman, Gabriel. Notes geographical and historical relating to 
the town of Brooklyn in Kings county on Long Island. 114P- 
Brooklyn 1824. 974-723 ^9^ 

Almost entirely in 17th and 18th centuries. 
Re-piintedmhia Antiquities of Long Island. 1875. p. 273-434 974-721 F98. 



446 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Fufman, Gabriel. Notes geographical and historical relating to the 
town of Brooklyn on Long Island ; with notes and a memoir of the 
author. ii64-42p. Brooklyn 1865. 974.723 FrjSi 

120 copies repriiicetl from the 1824 edition, for tbe Faust club. 

Howard, H: W. B. ed. The Eagle and Brooklyn, the record of the 
progress of the Brooklyn daily eagle with the history of the city of 
Brooklyn from its settlement to the present time, ed. by Howard, as- 
sisted by A. N.Jervis. II95P- Brooklyn 1893. 974.723 qH83 

Johnson, Jeremiah. Olden times, {see Magazine of the reformed 
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Sketch of the reformed Dutch church of Brooklyn. 

Ostrander, S. M. History of the city of Brooklyn and Kings county ; 
ed. by Alexander Black. 2 v. Brooklyn 1894. 974.723 OS7 
Edition limited to .500 copies. 

Includes hiofjriiphy of Francis Leivis read before Long Island historical 
society, Feb. 1, 1881, 2:235-57. 

Putnam, Harrington. Brooklyn ; the town of freedom's battle 
field, (see Powell, L. P. ed. Historic towns of the middle states. 
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Origin of Breuckelen. p. 385-405. N. Y. '^^1898. (Half 

moon ser., v. 2, no. 11) N, Y. state lib. 

(see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic 



New York. 1899. 2:385-405) 974-71 G63 

Reynolds, Samuel. History of the city of Williamsburgh. 85P. (in 

Reynolds' Williamsburgh city directory for 1852) 917.4723 W67 

History of the city of Williamsburgh ; containing an account of 

its early settlement, growth and prosperous condition. i37P- 
Williamsburgh 1852. 974.722 W67 

Prerevolutionary civil and religious history of the town of Bushwiek from 

Avhieh Williamsburg was set off, ji. 9-17, 35-38. 

Stiles, H: R. Brooklyn ferry and ferry rights, (see his Civil, political, 
professional and ecclesiastical history of the county of Kings. 1884. 

1:425-46) 974-722 qSt5 

The city of Brooklyn, (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history 

of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4:1-26) 974-7^ qW69 

Civil, political, professional and ecclesiastical history and com- 
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Brooklyn, N. Y. from 1683-1884. 2v. '=1884. 974.722 qSt5 
Paged continuously. 

Busbwick, p. 270-91. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 447 

Stiles, H: R. History of the city of Brooklyn, including the old town Local history 
and village of Brooklyn, the town of Bushwick and the village and 
city of Williamsburgh. 3V. Brooklyn 1867-70. 974.723 815 

Flatbush 

Flatbush Dutch church records, (see Holland society of New York. 

Yearbook. 1898. p. 87-152) 974.7 qHi7 

List of all the inhabitants of the township of Flatbush, 1738. (see N. V. 

(state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state 

of New York) 1849-51. 4:188-91. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 4:122-24. 974.7 qN423 

Schenck, P. L. Historical sketch of the Zabriskie homestead, removed 
1877, Flatbush, L. I. with biographical accounts of some of those 
who have resided on it. loop. Brooklyn 1881. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Strong, R. G. History of the town of Flatbush, N. Y. 46p. Brooklyn 
1884. 974.722 qF6i 

50 coi^ies reprinted from Stiles. Ciril, jjolHical, professional and ecclesias- 
tical history of the countij of Kinr/s. 1: 213-54, 974.722 qSts. 
First 12 pages colonial period. 

Strong, T : M. History of the town of Flatbush in Kings county, Long 
Island. lySp. N. Y. 1842. 974.722 F61 

Vanderbilt, Mrs G. L. (Lefferts), anon. History of the reformed 
church, Flatbush; published by the consistory. 49P. n. p. 1890. 

W2S5.7747 F61 

Social history of Flatbush and manners and customs of the Dutch 

settlers in Kings county. 35ip- N. Y. 1S82. 917.4722 V281 

Largely prerevolutionary period. 

Flatlands 

Dubois, Anson. History of the town of Flatlands. (j-^i? Stiles, H : R. 
Civil, political, professional and ecclesiastical history of the county 
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Gravesend 

Abstract of title to lots 49 to 56 inclusive and Coney Island point. 
28-|-26p. n. p. n. d. L. I. hist. soc. 

Appendix, iiicludiug Kieft charter 1645, Nicolls charter 1668, Lovelace 
charter 1670, Dongan pateut of the land 1686. 

Flint, M. B. Lady Moody's plantation, {see Flint, M. B. Early 
Long Island. 1896. p. 104-15) 974.721 F64 



448 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Wesend "^ Gerard, J. W. Lady Deborah Moody ; a discourse delivered before 
the New York historical society, May 1880. 4op. N. Y. 1880. 
Griffin, p. 1036. 

Gravesend. Marriage records, 1664-1702, copies by T. G. Bergen. 
{see New York genealogical and biographical record, Oct. 1873, 
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Gravesend, Friends society. Record of births, 1665-84. (see New 
York genealogical and biographical record, Jan. 1873, 4 : 39-40) 

929.1 N421 

Kieft, Gov. Wilhelm. Director Kieft's patent to the town of Graves- 
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1849-51. 1:629-32. 974.7 N424 
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Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Friends' meeting house at Gravesend {see 
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Stillwell, W : H. Historyof Coney Island, (j-^^ Stiles, H : R. Civil, 
political, professional and ecclesiastical history of the county of 
Kings. 1884. 1:189-212) 974.722 qSt5 

History of the reformed protestant Dutch church of Gravesend, 

Kings county, N. Y. 88p. Gravesend 1892. 285.7747 G78 
Registers of baptisms, marriages and deaths, p. 54-88. 

Stockwell, A. P. Gravesend, L. I. old and new. (j^^ New York gen- 
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History of the town of Gravesend. {see Stiles, H : R. Civil, 

political, professional and ecclesiastical history of the county of 
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The story of Manhattan beach; a practical and picturesque delineation 
of its history, development and attractions, also an account of Coney 
Island. 6ip. N. Y. 1879. L. I. hist. soc. 

'Was Anthony Jansen Van Salee a Huguenot ? {see Historical maga- 
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Andros, Sir Edmund. New Lots patent, {see Historical magazine, 
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Formerly a part of Flatbush. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 449 

New Utrecht 
Bergen, T. G. Address on the annals of New Utrecht; and list of Local history 

Queens coxuity 

elders and deacons in the protestant reformed Dutch church of 
New Utrecht, L. I. [see Sutphen, D: S. Historical discourse 
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285.7747 N421 
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political, professional and ecclesiastical history of the county of 
Kings. 1884. 1:255-69) 974-722 qSts 

Description of the founding or beginning of New Utrecht with the 
names of officers and magistrates from the year 1657, also short 
abstracts of proclamations or edicts relating to misdemeanors, trans- 
lated by T. G. Bergen, [see N. Y. (state) - State, Secretary of. 
Documentary history of the f-tate of New York) 

1849-51. 1:633-55. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1:413-25 974-7 qN423 

Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Church and ministers at New Utrecht, L. I. 
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Sutphen, D: S. Historical discourse delivered on the i8th of Oct. 1877 
at the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the reformed Dutch 
church of New Utrecht, L. I. and an historical address by T. G. 
Bergen. 59P. Brooklyn 1-877. 285.7747 N421 

Queens county 
Flint, M. B. North riding of Yorkshire, {see her Early Long Island. 
1896, p. 116-23) 974.721 F64 

Includes Queens and Westchester counties. 

Other Queens county towns, Newtown, Flushing, Oyster Bay, 

Jamaica. [see her Early Long Island. 1896. p. 162-215) 

974.721 F64 

History of Queens county, N. Y. with illustrations, portraits and 
sketches of prominent famihes and individuals. 576p. N. Y. 1882. 

974.724 qH62 

Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Queens county in . olden times ; being a 

supplement to the several histories thereof, izzp. Jamaica N. Y. 

1865. • 974.724 qOni 
Eveuts before the revolution, p. 3-49. 



45° NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

^ocai history Papcrs relating to the churches in Queens county, [see N. Y. (State) — 

State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51- 3: 187-340- 974-7 N424 

1850-51- 3:117-206. 974.7 qN423 

Flushing 
An exact list of all ye inhabitants names wthin ye town of fflushing and 
p'cincts, of old and young ffreemen and seruants white and blacke, 
etc. 1698. {see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary 
history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 1:661-65. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 1:432-37. 974.7 qN423 

Mandeville, G. H: Flushing, past and present; a historical sketch. 
i8op. Flushing i860. 974.724 F67 

Colonial period, p. 9-55. 

Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Friends' meeting house at Flushing, L. I. 
(i-f^ American historical record, Feb. 1872, i : 49-53) 973 qAm3 

Smith, J. C. History of St George's parish, Flushing, Long Island. 
i46p. Flushing 1897. N. Y. hist. soc. 

^A^aller, H: D. History of the town of Flushing, Long Island, N. Y. 
287P. Flushing 1899. 974.724 F671 

Hempstead 
Inclu'ling Nortli Hempstead 

Carmichael, W; M. Rise and progress of St George's church, 
Hempstead; including short biographical sketches of the missionaries 

of the same; being a discourse delivered Jan. i, 1841. 55P. 

Flushing 1841. 283.747 H39 

Flint, M. B. Stamford migration, (see her Early Long Island. 

1896. p. 124-61) 974.721 F64 
Settlement of Henijistead. 

Forbush, W: B. Wantagh, Jerusalem and Ridgewood, 1644-1892. 
i6p. Wantagh 1892. L. I. hist, soc. 

Friends meeting house at Jerusalem, (see American historical record, 
Feb, 1873, 2 : 53-54) 973 qAm3 

George 2, king of England, Patent and charter of St George's 
church, Hempstead, Queens co. Long Island, granted by King 
George II in 1735, printed directly from the original parchment 
patent issued by order of the king, now in possession of the church. 
8p. Hempstead 1878. L. I. hist. soc. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 45 1 

Hart, Seth. Sermon in St George's church, Hempstead, Sep 21, Local history 

' ° > I- ' I- > Hciiipatead 

1823. N. Y. 1823. 

Entered in Amerioan hibliopolist, 4 : 540. Historical sketcli [ii eiixed. 

Hempstead, St George's church. Recordof baptisms, 1725-71 (seer 
New York genealogical and biographical record) 929.1 N42i 

Oct. 1878, 9 : 182-87 Jan -Ap. 1880, 11 : 47-51, 88-93 

Jan.-July 1879, 10: i6-ig, 89-92, 133-39 

Record of marriages, 1725-86. {see New York genealogical and 



biographical record) 929.1 N421 

July 1880, II : 133-36 Jan.-July i88r, 12 :4S-46, 78-83, 141-4S 
Ap.-July 1882, 13 : 93-95, 140-43 
Jan.-July 1883, 14: 43-44- 7o-73>ii6-i8 
Ap.-Oct. 1884, 15 : 77-80, 1 11-13, 176-77 Ap. 1893, 24 :79-8o 

Hoes, R. R. Extracts from the early and original records of the 
Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts, London. 
(see New York genealogical and biographical record, July i8gi, 
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Relating chiefly to Hempstead. 

Moore, C: B. Early history of Hempstead, L. I. (i-(?(? New York genea- 
logical and biographical record, Jan. 1879, 10 : 5-16) 9291 N421 

i4p. N. Y. 1879. L. 1. hist. soc. 



Reprinted from New York genealogical and iiographical record. 
Genealogical and biographical sketch of Capt. John Seaman of 



Hempstead, L. I. (see New York genealogical and biographical 
record, Oct. 1880, 11 : 149-55) 929.1 N421 

Moore, W: H. History of St George's church, Hempstead, Long 
Island, N. Y. 3o8p. N. Y. 1881. L. I. hist. soc. 

Names 'of inhabitants of the town of Hempstead, 1673. (see N. Y. 
(state) — State, Secretary of Documentary history of the state of 
New York) 1849-51. 1:658. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 1:427-28. 974.7 qN423 

North Hempstead — Town board. Records of the towns of North 
and South Hempstead, Long Island, N. Y. v.i. Jamaica 

N.Y. 1896. 974'724 N81 



452 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Ondcrdonk, Hcnrv, jr. c^»2;>. Annals of Hempstead, 1643-1832J 

Jamaica ' j>jj-r r r . > ^ kj 

also, the rise and growth of the society of friends on Long 
Island and in New York, 1657-1826. loyp. Hempstead 

1878. 974-724 H37 

Anuiils before the revolution, ] 1. 15-79 ; quakers at Hempstead, p. 5-14 ; 
friends on Long Island and iu New York, p. 93-104. 

Antiquities of the parish church, Hempstead, including Oyster 

Bay and the churches of Suffolk county illustrated from letters of 
the missionaries and other authentic documents. 63P. Hemp- 
stead 1880. N. Y. pub. lib. 

An historical sketch of ancient agriculture, stockraising and 

manufactures in Hempstead, county of Queens. p, 43-63. 

Jamaica 1867. L. I. hist. soc. 

Westbury monthly meeting. {see American historical record, 



July-Aug. 1872, 1:289-93, 360-64) 973 qAm3 

W^estbury, Friends society. Record of births. [see New York 
genealogical and biographical record. Oct. 1885, i6: 171-75, July 
1886, 17 : 218-22) 929.1 N421 

Woodbridge, Sylvester, j'r. Historical discourse delivered Nov. 
29, 1840 at the dedication of Christ's rst church chapel in Raynor 
South, Hempstead, L. I. 2ip. N. Y. 1840. L. I. hist. soc. 

Jamaica 

Betts, B. R. Inscriptions from tombstones in the parish churchyard 
at Jamaica, L. I. {see New York genealogical and biographical 
record, Jan. 1876, 7 : 18) 929.1 N421 

1738-1831. 

Field, T: W. Two Bridsh occupations of the presbyterian church of 
Jamaica ; by Lord Cornbury and General Howe, {see Ms Historic 
and antiquarian scenes in Brooklyn and its vicinity • 1868 

p.9-16) 974-723 qF4S- 

Garretson, G. J. A discourse delivered in the reformed Dutch 
church, Jamaica, N. Y. Feb. 15 and repeated in Newtown, Feb. 20, 
1842, at the quadragenian anniversary of the ministry of the Rev. 
Jacob Schoonmaker. 29P. Flushing 1842. L. I. hist. soc. 

McDonald, J. M. Sketch of the history of the presbyterian church in 
Jamaica, L. I. 138P. N. Y. 1847. 285.1747 J221 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 453 

McDonald, J. M. Two centuries in the history of the presbyterian i^ocai history 

' -^ ■> c- J Newtown 

church, Jamaica, L. I. the oldest existing church of the presbyterian 
name in America. 329P. N. Y. 1862. 285.1747 J22 

Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Antiquities of the parish church of Jamaica, 
including Newtown and Flushing, illustrated from letters of the mis- 
sionaries and other authentic documents, with a continuation of the 
history of Grace church to the present time. i62p. Jamaica 

1880. 283.747 J22 

:— History of the First reformed Dutch church of Jamaica, L. I. 

with an appendix by Rev. W : H. DeHart, the pastor. 207P. 
Jamaica 1884. 285.7747 J22 

Poyer, Thomas. Register book for the parish of Jamaica, kept by 
Rev. Thomas Poyer, rector from 1710 to 1732. {see New York 
genealogical and biographical record, Jan.-Ap. 1888, 19:5-12, 
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Van Slyke, J. G. The reformed church of Jamaica, Long Island; an 
historical discourse delivered July 2, 1876. 43p. N. Y. 1876. 

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Kelsey, J. S. History of Long Island city, N. Y. a record of its early 
settlement and corporate progress. 202p. n. p. 1896. 974.721 qK29 

Newtown 

Kieft, Gov. Wilhelm. Patent of Mespath or Newton, L. I. (seg 
O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New Netherland. 1846-+8. 
1:425-26) 974.7 Ocii 

Moore, C : B. Sketch of the life of Rev. John Moore of Newton, L. I, 
(see New York genealogical and biographical record, Jan.-Ap. 
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Riker, James. Annals of Newtown, in Queens county, N. Y. ; con- 
taining its history from its first settlement with many facts concern- 
ing the adjacent towns; also, a particular account of numerous 
Long Island families. 437P- N. Y. 1852. 974-724 N48 

Waters, I: S. Extracts from records of the reformed church of New- 
town, L. I. translated from the Dutch language, (see Putnam's 
monthly historical magazine, 1893-94, ser. 2, 2 : 115-18) 

929.1 qSa3i V.4 



454 NEW YORK STATE LIBEAEY 

Oyster Bay 
Local history Qapham, G. M. Colonial neighbors, (see New England magazine, 
Oct. 1893, ser. 3, 9: 201-7) 051 B34 v.15 

Rev. Benjamin Woolsey of Glen Clove L. I. 

Glen Clove. Address at the celebration of the second centennial anni- 
versary of the settlement of that village by H: J. Scudder, May 25, 
1868 ; with an appendix. 19SP. Glen Clove 1868. 974.724 G48 

Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Friends meeting house, {see American 

historical record) 973 qAm3 

Bethpage, Feb. 1873, 2 : 73-76 Matiinecock, June, 1872, 2 : 257-61 

Jericho, Nov. 1872, i ; 500-2 Oyster Bay, May, 1872, i : 219-23 

Wightman, C : S. History of the baptist church of Oyster Bay, L. I. 
i4p. Oyster Bay 1873. L. I. hist. soc. 

Suffolk county 

Bayles, R : M. Historical and descriptive sketches of Suffolk county, 

and its towns, villages, hamlets, scenery, institutions and important 

. enterprises ; with a historical outline of Long Island, from its first 

settlement by Europeans. 424P. Port Jefferson 1874. 974.725 B34 

Historical outline of Long Island, p. 1-91. 

History of Suffolk county, [see History of Suffolk county, New 

York. 1882. p. 49-82) 974.725 qH62 

Flint, M. B. The Connecticut towns, {see her Early Long Island. 
1896. p. 244-60) 974.721 F64 

Hedges, H : P. Development of agriculture in Suffolk county, (see 

Suffolk county. Bicentennial; history of Suffolk county. 1885. 

p. 39-54) 974-725 SU2 

Herrick, S : E. Religious progress and Christian culture of Suffolk 

county, {see Suffolk county. Bicentennial ; history of Suffolk county. 

1885. p. 29-38) 974-725 SU2 

History of Suffolk county, New York with illustrations, portraits and 

sketches of prominent families and individuals, v. p. N. Y. 1882. 

974-725 qH62 

List of freeholders in Sufifolk county, 1737. {see N. Y. (state)-State, 
Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 4:200-4. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 4: 132-34. 974.7 qN423 



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Moore, C:B. Inventories, Suffolk county, L. I. 1668-02. (i'^^ New Local history 

' . . Brookhaven 

York genealogical and biographical record, July 1881, 12: 132—34) 

929.1 N421 

NicoU, Henry. Early history of Suffolk county, L. I. a paper read 

before the Long Island historical society Nov. 16, 1865. i8p. 

Brooklyn i866. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Papers relating to Suffolk county, {see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary 
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1849-5'- 3:341-94- 974-7 N424 

1850-5'- 3:207-38. 974.7 qN423 

Pelletreau, W : S. Early Long Island wills of Suffolk county, 1691— 
1703; an unabridged copy of the manuscript volume known as 
" The Lester will book;" being the record of the prerogative court 
of the county of Suffolk, N. Y. with genealogical and historical 
notes. 301P- N. Y. 1897. 929.3 Su2i 

Reeves, H : A. Commerce, navigation and fisheries of Suffolk county, 
(j-iff Suffolk county. Bicentennial; history of Suffolk county. 1885. 
p. 55-78) 974-725 Su2 

Scudder, H: J. Formation of the civil government of Suffolk county. 
{see Suffolk county. Bicentennial; history of Suffolk county. 
1885. p. 19-28/ 974.725 Su2 

Stiles, H: R. Notes on the graveyards of Long Island; tombstone 
inscriptions from the churchyards of Southold, Sag Harbor and 
Soutliampton. {see New York genealogical and biographical 
record, Jan. 1871, 2:29-32) 929.1 N421 

Suffolk county. Bicentennial: history of Suffolk county, comprising 
the addresses delivered at the celebration of the bicentennial of 
Suffolk county, N. Y. in Riverhead, Nov. 15, 1883. 125P. Babylon 
1885. 974-725 SU2 

Whitaker, Hpher. Growth of Suffolk county in population, wealth 
and comfort, {see Suffolk county. Bicentennial ; history of Suffolk 
county. 1885. p. 9-18) 974.725 Su2 

Brookhaven 

Bayles, R: M. Brookhaven. loip. {in History of Suffolk county, 
N, Y. 1882) 974-725 qH62 

Brookhaven. Records up to 1800 as compiled by the town clerk. 
2i9p. Patchogue 1880. 974.725 B79 

Most important and valuable parts of the old records. 



456 NEW VORK STATE LIBRARY 

Ka3thamp»r Chichcster, Daniel & others vs W. H. Smith & Peter Ruland. 

New York supreme court; case upon exceptions directed to be 
heard in the first instance at general term. 55p. n.p. 1856. 

L. I. hist, soc 
Suit brought to try the title of the town of Brookhaven to the fisheries in 

Great South bay. Question as to validity of letters patent granted by Guv. 

]Sricolls, Dongan and Fletcher and will of William Smith, dated 1704. 

Petty, J. H. Abstracts of Brookhaven, L. I. wills on record in the 
surrogate's office at New York, (see New York genealogical and 
biographical record) 929.1 N421 

Jan. 1880, II : 24-29 July 1883, 14: 140-42 

Jan. 1881, 12:46-49 Ap. 1893, 24:88-90 

Oct. " 12:198-99 July " 24:142-44 

Rev, James Lyons and his church at Setauket. (see New York 
genealogical and biographical record, Oct. 1888, 19:150-51) 

929.1 qN42i' 

Trial for witchcraft of Ralph Hall of Brookhaven and Mary, his wife, 
1665. [see N. Y. (state) - State. Secretary of. Documentary 
history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 4:133-36. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 4:85-86. 9.74.7 qN423 

Easthampton 

Including Gardiaers Island 

Beecher, Lyman, Sermon containing a general history of the town 

of East-Hampton, L. I.; from its first settlement to the present 

time, delivered at East-Hampton, Jan. i, 1806. 4op. Sag 

Harbor 1806. 974.725 Ea7 

24p. Lyons la, 1886. L. I. hist. soc. 



Buell, Samuel. Faithful narrative of the remarkable revival of re- 
ligion in the congregation of Easthampton on Long Island in 
1764. N. Y. 1766. L. I. hist. soc. 

Faithful narrative of the remarkable revival of religion in the 

congregation of Easthampton on Long Island 1764; with some 
reflections ; to which are added sketches of the author's life 
i44p. Sag Harbor 1808. 269 B86. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 457 

Buell, Samuel. Import of the Saint's confession that the times of men |r°1*L'''^'?''' 

' • ^ East Hampton 

are in the hand of God ; exhibited to view in an anniversary, euchar- 
istical and half century sermon delivered at East-Hampton Jan. i, 
1792. 52p. New London n. d. 240 B86 

Colton, H: E. East Hampton and its old church, (j-^^ Appleton's 
journal, Mar. 25, 1871, 5 : 346-50) 051 qAp5 

Easthampton. Records of the town of East Hampton, Long 
Island, Suffolk county, N. Y. with other ancient documents of 
historic value. v. 1-4. Sag Harbor 1887-89. 974.725 Ea7i 
Contents : v. 1 1639 to 1679-80. >'. 3 1701-1734. 

V. 2 1679-80 to 1701-2. v. 4 1734 to 1849. 

Flint, M. B. Lion Gardiner, (see her Early Long Island. 1896. 
p. 216-23) 974-721 F64 

Gardiner, C. C. ed. Papers and biography of Lion Gardiner, 1559- 
1663, with an appendix. io6p. St Louis 1883. 926.2 qGi6 

— (see his Lion Gardiner and his descendants. 1890. p. 1-75) 

929.2 qGi6 

Gardiner, David. Chronicles of the town of Easthampton, county 
of Suffolk, N. Y. i2rp. N. Y. 1871. 974.725 Ea73 

Published in the Corcfcior newspaper ahout 1840 : largely on colonial times. 

Gardiner family and the lordship and manor of Gar- 
diner's island, (see New York genealogical and biographical 
record, Oct. 1892, 23: 159-90) 929.1 qN42i 

Gardiner, J: L. East Hampton, (see New York historical society. 
Collections. 1870. Publication fund ser. 2:223-76) 974.7 N42 

_— — Lordship and manor of Gardiner's island. (see New York 
genealogical and biographical record, Jan. 1886, 17 : 32-34) 

929.1 N421 

Notes and observ^ations on the town ot East Hampton, L. I. Ap. 



1798. isee N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of Documentary history 
of the state of New York) 1849-51. 1:674-86. 974-7 N424 

1S50-S1. 1:457-63. 974.7 qN423 

Hedges, H: P. Address delivered on the 26th of Dec. 1849, on the 
occasion of the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the settle- 
ment of the town of East Hampton together with an appendix con- 
taining a general history of the town. loop. Sag Harbor 
1850. 974-725 Ea72 

Families, p. 36-72. 



458 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Hcdges, H: P- History of the town of East Hampton, N. Y. including 
an address delivered at the celebration of the bicentennial anniver- 
sary of its settlement in 1849; introduction to the 4 printed volumes 
of its records and genealogical notes, 344P- Sag Harbor 

1897. 974.725 qEa; 

Geiie;ilogy o£ Eastbaropton, p. 244-344. 

Huntting', Nathaniel. Records of marriages, baptisms and deaths 
in East Hampton, L. I. from 1696 to 1746. {see New York genea- 
logical and biographical record) 929.1 qN42i 
Oct. 1893, 24:183-94 Jan. 1895,26:38-44 
Jan. 1894, 25:35-40 Ap. 1897,28:109-10 
July " 25:139-40 Jan. " 29: 18—21 
Oct. " 25:196-97 July " 29:166-70 

Jameson, J: F. Montauk and the common lands of Easthampton. 
{see Magazine of American history, Ap. 1883, 9: 225-39) 973 M27 

Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. (Nash). Manor of Gardiner's island, {see 
Magazine of American history, Jan. 1885, 13 : 1-30) 973 M27 

Pelletreau, W: S. East Hampton. 42p. {in History ofSuffolk 
county, New York. 1882) 974.725 qH62 

Tooker, W: W. Indian places named in East Hampton town, L. I. 
with their probable significations. Sag Harbor 1889. L. I. hist. soc. 

(5ft' Easthampton. Records of the town of East Hampton. 

1887-89. 4:pref. i-io) , 974-725 Ea7i 

Huntington 

Cooper, J. B. Babylon. 34P. {in History of Suffolk county, N. Y. 
1882) 974.725 qH62 

Davidson, Robert. Historical discourse on the bicentennial com- 
memoration of the founding of the first christian church in the town 
of Huntington, L. I. delivered Nov. 19, 1865. 64p. Hunt- 

ington 1866. 285.1747 H92 

Huntington. Huntington town records, including Babylon, Long 
Island 1652-1775; with introduction, notes and index by C. R: 
Street, v. 1-3. Huntington 1887-89. 974.725 H92 

Very largely deeds. 
Contents: v. 1 1652-88. v. 2 1688-1775. v. 3 1776-1873. 

Huntington, St John's church. Annals of St John's church, 
Suffolk county, N. Y. also historical and descriptive ; ed. by C. W. 
Turner. 87P. Huntington 1895. N. Y. hist. soc. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY . 459 

Lockwood, L. C. Historical discourse on the rise and progress of J-ocai history 

' '^ ° Smithtown 

the presbyterian church of Melville, delivered Sep. lo, 1876. up. 
n.p. n.d. L. I. hist. soc. 

Sketch of presbyteriaa church in Huntington from its organ ization in 1628 
down to the separation in 1829. 

Piatt, H: C. Old times in Huntington, an historical address delivered 
4 July 1876. 83P. Huntington 1876, 974.725 H921 

Street, C. R: Huntington. gop. (in History of Suffolk county, 
N. Y. 1882) 974-725 qH62 

Turner, C. R. Annals of St John's church, Huntington, Suffolk 
county, N. Y. also historical and descriptive notes, 87P. Hunt- 
ington 1895. 283.747 H92 

Wood, Silas, anon. A brief statement of the claim of the trustees of 
the freeholders and commonalty of the town of Huntington to 
Cap-Tree island, Oak island and Grass island, situate in the South 
bay on the south side of Long Island in Suffolk county. i6p. 
Brooklyn 18 16. L. I. hist. soc. 

Sketch of geography of Huntington, L. I. with history, etc. 

Wash. 1824. 

Entered in American hibliopolist 4:540, 010.5 Ams. 

Sketch of .the town of Huntington, L. I. from its first settle- 



ment to the end of the American revolution ; ed. with genea- 
logical and historical notes by W: S. Pelletreau. 63P. N. Y. 
1898. 974.725 H922 

Edition in 215 copies. 

Islip 

Town of Islip. i7p. {in History of Suffolk county, N. Y. 
1882) 974.725 qH62 

Riverhead 

Bayles, R: M. Riverhead. 22p. {in History of Suffolk county, 
N. Y. 1882) 974-725 qH62 

Shelter island 

l^amh, Mrs M. J. R. (Nash). Manor of Shelter island ; historic home 
of the Sylvesters, (f^.? Magazine of American history, Nov. 1887, 
18:361-89) 973 M27 

Pelletreau, W: S. Shelter^ island. i4p. {in History of Suffolk 

county, N. Y. 1882) 974.725 qH62 

Smithtown 

Smith, J. L. Smithtown. 42p. in History of Suffolk county, 

N. Y. 1882) 974.725 qH62 



460 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Southampton 

Local history HedgCS, H: P. Address delivered before the Suffolk county historical 

Sonthamptou . 

society Oct. ist, 1889. i4p. Sag Harbor 1889. 974.725 S093 
On the controversy conoernintj priority of settlement of Southold and 
Southampton. 

Centennial and historical address delivered at Bridge-Hampton, 



L. I. July 4th 1876. 24p. Sag Harbor 1876. 974.725 B76 
Colonial period, p. 1-10. 

Historical address and appendix. 34p. Sag Harbor 1886. 

285.1747 B76 
Bicentennial of the presbyterian church in Bridge-Hampton Nov. 10, 1886. 

Herrick, S: E. Our relation to the past a debt to the future, (see 
Magazine of American history, July 1890, 24 : 54-61) 973 M27 

Address at celebration of 250th anniversary of the settlement of South- 
ampton, June 12, 1890. 

Howell, G: R. Early history of Southampton, L. I. New York; with 
genealogies. 3i8p. N. Y. 1866. 974.725 S08 

Births, marriages and deaths, p. 200-308. 

Ed. 2. 473p. Alb. 1887. 974-725 S081 

Genealogies, p. 201-444. 

. Long Island early affairs, {see New England historical and 

genealogical register, Ap. 1861, 15 : 129-32) 929.1 N422 
When Southampton and Southold on Long Island were settled 



i4p. Alb. 1882. 974-725 S084 

Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. (Nash). Southampton in history, [see Maga 

zine of American history, July 1890, 24:62-65) 973 M27 

List of ye inhabitants of ye towne of Southampton, old and yong, 
Christians and hethen, ffreemen and servants, white and black, anno 
1698. {see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history 
of the state of New York) 1849-51. 1:665-69. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 1:437-47. 974.7 qN423 

Pelletreau, W : S. Centennial celebration at Southampton, Long Is- 
land, N. Y. July 4, 1876. 26p. Sag Harbor 1876. 974.725 S083 

Indian deeds and documents relating to the town of South- 

ampton, L. I. 8p. n. t.-p. Sag Harbor 1863. L. I. hist. soc. 

Southampton. 54P. {In History of Suffolk county, N. Y. 

1882) 974-725 qH62 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 461 

Southampton. Addresses delivered at the celebration of the 2 coth Local history 
anniversary of the village and town of Southampton, June 12, 1890, 
by H : P. Hedges, G: R. Howell, W: S. Pelletreau, & S: E. Herrick 
incl. introduction, programme of proceedings and original odes. 
io4p. Sag Harbor 1890. 974.725 S082 

Books of record of the town of Southampton, with other an- 
cient documents of historical value. 3V. Sag Harbor 1874-78. 

974.725 S085 
Contents: v. 1 1639-1660. v. 2 1660-1717. v. 3 1717-1807. 

Patent of the town of Southampton, published by authority of 



the town. i2p. Sag Harbor 1835. L. I. hist. soc. 

— Selection from the town records. 59P. n.t.-p. L. I. hist. soc. 



Southampton, Presbyterian church. A register and manual for the 
use of members of the presbyterian church of Southampton, L. I. 
prepared Feb. 1870. 4op. N. Y. 1870. L. J. hist. soc. 

Tooker, W : W. Analysis of the claims of Southold, L. I. for priority 
of settlement over Southampton, L. I. and how they are disproved by 
the early records and contemporary mss. ( see Magazine of New 
England history, Jan. 1892, 2: i-i6) 929 M27 

Southold 

For controversy 'between Southampton and Southold concerning the prior- 
ity of settlement, see the former town, p. 460. 

Case, Albertson. Historical sketch of Southold towns read, July 4,1876 
at the celebration held in Greenport, L. I. i6p. Greenport 1876. 

Griffin, Augustus. Griffin's journal; first settlers of Southold; the 
names of the heads of those families, being only 13 at the time of 
their landing ; first proprietors of Orient, biographical sketches, etc. 
3i2p. Orient 1857. 929.1 G87 

Howell, G:R. Settlement of Southold. 4p. Babylon 1894. 

974 725 S084 
King, Rufus. Inscriptions from the churchyard in Orient, Suffolk 

county, N. Y. (see New York genealogical and biographical 

record, Ap. 187s, 6: 107-9) P^P'^ N421 

1699-1766. 
Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. (Nash). Southold and her historic homes and 

memories, 1640-1890. (see Magazine of American history, Oct. 

1890,24:273-82) 973 M27 



462 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Locaj^history Lambert, E : R. Southold, L. I. {see his History of the colony of 
New Haven. 1838. p. 180-85) 974-^7 L17 

List of the names of old and young, Christians and heathens, ffremen 
and servants, white and black, etc. inhabitteinge within the town- 
shipp of Southold. {see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of Docu- 
mentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 1:669-73. 974.7 N424 
1850-51. 1:447-56. 974.7 qN423 

Moore, C ; B. Historical address, {see Southold. Celebration of the 
Z50th anniversary. 1890. p. 109-95) 974.725 S092 

Contents : Introduction, bibliographic, p. 109-14. 
Address, p. 115-79. 

Notes; deputies from Southold to New Haven and taxes paid 
there; early inventories; wills and letters of administration; 
samples of errors in printed records, etc. p. 180-95. 

— e0mj>. Town of Southold, Long Island ; personal index prior to 

1698 and index of 1698. i45P- N. Y. 1868, 929 3 S09 

Pelletreau, W : S. Southold. 56p. {in History of Suffolk county, 
N. Y. 1882) 974-725 qH62 

Southold. Celebration of the 250th anniversary of the formation of the 
town and the church, Aug. 27, 1890. 22op. Southold 1890. 

974.725 S092 
Including addresses by R : S. Storrs and C : B. Moore. 

Town records copied and explanatory notes added by J. W. 

Case. 2v. N. Y. 1882-84. 974-725 S09 

To the close of the revolution. 

Whitaker, Epher. The early history of Southold, Long Island, {see 
New Haven historical society. Papers. 1877. 2:1-29) 974.67 N42 
Paper read Sep. 24, 1866. 

. Founders of Southold, L. I. {see New York genealogical and 

biographical record, Ap.-July 1895, 26:85-89, 1 14-18) 

929.1 qN42i 

History of Southold, L. I. ; its first century. 354p. Southold 

1881. 974.725 S091 

1640-1740. 

Richmond county, or Staten Island 

Bayles, R; M. comJ>. History of Richmond county, Staten Island, 
New York, from its discovery to the present time. 74ip. N. Y. 
1887. 974-726 qB34 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 463 

Brooks, Erastus. Historical records of Staten Island; centennial and J-o-^ai history 

' staten Islaud' 

bicentennial for 200 years and more, delivered at Staten Island, 
November ist, 1883. 39P. n.p. n.d. 974.726 B79 

Reprinted from Proceedings of the hioentennial celeliration of Biohmond county. 
1883. 974.726 R41. 

Carteret's claim to Staten Island. [see New Jersey (province). 
Documents relating to the colonial history of the state of New 
Jersey. 1880. 1:349-53) 974.9 N42 

Clute, J: J. Annals of Staten Island, from its discovery to the present 
time. 464P. N.Y. 1877. 974-726 qC62 

Old families, p. 335-438. 

Davis, W: T. Staten Island names: ye olde names and nicknames 
with map by C: VV. Leng. p. 20-76. New Brighton 1896. 

917.4726 D29 
Special no. 21 of the proceedings of the Staten Island natural science asso- 
ciation. 

Disosway, G. P. Early history of Staten Island, N. Y. (see Historical 
magazine. May 1862, 6: 144-46) 973 H62 

Huguenots of Staten Island, {see Continental monthly, June 

1862, 1:683-88) 051 C76 

Indian deed for Staten Island in. 1670. {see Historical magazine, Dec. 
1866,10:375-77) 973 H62 

Koenen, H. J. Pavonia. {see Nijhoff, J. A. Bijdragen voor Neder- 
landsche geschiedenis. 1847.. 5:114-32) 
Entered in Rees. Geschiedenis. 1855. p. 136. 
Pavonia was the colony founded on Staten Island in 1628. 

Leibert, Eugene. Sketch of the history of the congregation on Staten 
Island, N. Y. {see Moravian historical society. Transactions. 
1876. 1:57-63,78) 284.6 M791 

Morris, I. K. Old hotels of Staten Island. 7p. n.p. 1893. 

974.726 M83 
Special no. 14 of the proceedings of the Staten Island natural science asso- 
ciation. 

Papers relating to Staten Island, {see O'Callaghan, E. B. History of 
New Netherland. 1846-48. 2:575-77) 974.7 Ocii 

Contents: Indian sale to Baron van der Capellen, 1657. 

Sale by Cornells Melyn to the directors of Amsterdam, 1659. 
Surrender by Baron van der Capellen to the company of his in- 
terest, 1660. 



464 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Richmond county. Proceedings ofthe bicentennial eel ebration,Staten 

Nortlifield j o - -r, 

Island, N.Y. Nov. i, 1883. 23+S4P, n.p. 1883. 974726 R41 

Historical records of Staten Islaiul, centennial and bicentennial, by Eras- 
tus Broolss, p. 1-39. 

Speeches by Perry Belmont, A. S. Sullivan, H. J. Soudder, G: W: Curtis 
and L. B. Prince, p. 39-54. 

Staten Island, {see New Jersey Historical society. Proceedings. 
1856-59. 8:109-13) 974.9 N42I 

Reprinted from SenHirk daily advertiser, Feb. 11, 1858. Staten Island as 
part of New Jersey. 

Staten Island and the New Jersey boundary, {see Historical maga- 
zine, Oct. 1866, 10 : 297-99) 973 H62 

Tysen, R. M. Lecture on the history of Staten Island; delivered 
before the Tompkinsville lyceum, Ap. 12, 1842. 13P. Staten 
Island 1842. 974.726 T98 

Whitehead, W: A. Staten Island and the New Jersey boundary. 
(j-(ftf Nevv Jersey historical society. Proceedings. 1867-69. ser. 2, 
T : 31-36) 974-9 N421 V.11-12 

Wilson, W. S. Staten Island, (see Wilson, J. G. <f^. Memorial his- 
tory of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4:33-38) 974.71 qVV69 

Northfield 
Northfield. Account of the centennial celebration of the 4th of July, 
1876 incl. the oration by G: W: Curtis, and historical sketch by J: 
J. Clute. 23p. N. Y. 1876. 974.726 N8i 

Port Richmond, Dutch reformed church. Ancient baptismal rec- 
ord of the early Dutch church, (see Bayles, R: M. History of 
Richmond county. 1887. p. 368-94) 974.726 qB34 

Westfield 
Lossing', B. J: Billopp house, {see Potter's American monthly, Ap. 
1876,6:242-47) 973 qAm3 

Whitehead, W: A. Billopp house, Staten Island, [see Potter's 
American monthly. May 1876, 6:344-45) 973 qAm3 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 465 



Hudson river counties 

For a more complete bibliography of the Hudson river, see Local history 

Westchester 

Wheeler, M. T. comp. Contribution to the bibliography of the literature relat- •""""'J' 
ing to the Hudson river, found with a few exceptions in the New York 
state library. Alb. 1891. (in N. Y. (state)-Library school. Biblio- 
graphies. 1891) 016.91747 
In manuscript. 

Cooper, S. F. Hudson river and its early names, {see Magazine of 
American history, June 1880, 4 : 401-19) 973 M27 

Grant, B. R. Early Dutch times on the banks of the Hudson, (see 
Potter's American monthly, Feb. 1875, 4: 104-6) 973 qAmj 

Lossing', B. J: The Hudson from the wilderness to the sea. 464P. 
N. Y. "1866. 917-47 L89 

Schoolcraft, H: R. Comm.ents, philological and historical, on the 
aboriginal names and geographical terminology of the state of New 
York; pt i Valley of the Hudson. {see New York historical 
society. Proceedings. 1844. p. 77-115) 974-7 N421 

Sketches of the North river, ngp. N. Y. 1838. 9i7-47 Sk2 

Ver Planck, W: E. Old Dutch houses on the Hudson, isee New 
England magazine. Mar. 1895, ser. 3, 12 : 71-82) 051 B34 v.i8 

Westchester county 
Atkins, T: A. Manor of Philipsburgh; a paper read before the New 
York historical society, June s, 1894. 23P. n. p.1894. 974-727 PS3 
Published by the Yonkers (N. Y.) historical and literary association. 
Estate of Van der Donck and the Philipse family forfeited at the time of 
the revolution. 

Baird, C: W. Westchester county, N. Y. marriage records, {see New 
York genealogical and biographical record, Oct. 1877,8:181-82) 

929.1 N421 

Bolton, Jitv. Robert. History of the county of Westchester, from its 
first settlement to the present time. 2v. N. Y. 1848. 974.727 B63 

History of the protestant episcopal church in the county of 



Westchester, from its foundation, A. D. 1693 to A. D. 1853. 749P. 
N. Y. 1855. 283.747 Ws2i 



466 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

w<ftai^''fc»'' Bolton, Rev. Robert. History of the several towns, manors and patents 
"■""'J of the county of Westchester, from its first settlement to the present time 

carefuilyrevisedby its author. 2v. N. Y. 1881. 974.727 B631 

Flora of Westchester county by O. R. Willis in v. 1. 

Campbell, C: A. The Philipse family and its connection with the 
colonial history of New York, (see Potter's American monthly, 
May 1875, 4:332-38) 973 qAm3 

Coffey, W: S. Colonial period, 1683-1774. (see Scharf, J: T: His- 
tory of Westchester county. 1886. 1:161-77) 974-727 qSchi, 

Cumming, W: S. Civil history, (see Scharf, J: T: History of West- 
chester county. 1886. 1:639-57) 974-727 qSchi 

De Lancey, E: F. Origin and history of manors in the province of 
New York and in the county of Westchester. i6op. N. Y. 

1886. N. Y. pub. lib. 

(see Scharf, J: T: History of Westchester county. 1886. 

1:31-1601) 974.727 qSchi 

Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. (Nash). Van Cortlandt manor-house. (see 
Magazine of American history, Mar. 1886, 15:217-36) 973 M27 

Mills, Richard. Richard Mills to Connecticut concerning Westches- 
ter, 1662-3. {^^^ Massachusetts historical society. Collections. 
1885. ser. s, 9:48-50) 974.4 M38 V.49 

Papers relating to Westchester county, (see N.Y. (state) — State, Secre- 
tary of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 3:919-58. 974.7 N424 
1850-51. 3:555-79- 974-7 qN423 

Pelletreau, W: S. ed. Early wills of Westchester county, N. Y. from 
1664 to 1784; a careful abstract of all wills (nearly 800) recorded in 
New York surrogate's office and at White Plains, N. Y. 488p. 
N. Y. 1898. 929.3 W52 

Philipse manor in the highlands, (see Magazine of American 

history, Aug. 1889, 22 : 106-13) 973 M27 

Scharf, J: T. History of Westchester county, New York, including 
Morrisania, Kings Bridge and West Farms which have been annexed 
to New York city. 2v. Phil. 1886. 974-727 qSchi 

Watson, W.C. The Philipse family. (f<?^ American historical record, 
Sep. 1873, 2:410-13) 973 qAm3 



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Wood, James. Discovery and settlement of Westchester county. Local hutory 

, „ QrMDbiuc 

(j^<rScharf,J:T: History of Westchester county. 1886. 1:20-31) 

974.727 qSchi 
Bedford 

Baird, C; W. Births and marriages, Bedford, N. Y. (see New York 
genealogicalandbiographicalrecord, Ap. 1882, 13: 92) 929.1 N421 

History of Bedford church; discourse delivered at the 200th 

anniversary of the founding of the presbyterian church of Bedford, 
Westchester county, N. Y. Mar. 22, 1881, with an account of the pro- 
ceedings on that occasion. i49p. N.Y. 1882. 285.1747 B39 

Barrett, Joseph. Bedford. (5<rtf Scharf, J : T : 'History of Westches- 
ter county. 1886. 2 : 574-608) 974.727 qSchi 

Heroy, P : B. Brief history of the presbyterian church at Bedford, 
N. Y. from the year 1680, with an account of the laying of the corner- 
stone and services at the dedication of the present edifice in the 
year 1872. 34p. N. Y. 1874. 285.1747 B391 

Luquer, Lea. Centennial address delivered in St Matthew's church, 
Bedford, N. Y. Aug. 20, 1876. 27p. N. Y. 1876. L. I. hist. soc. 
Early history of the parish including Rye, Mamaroueok and Bedford from 
its organization, 1694, 

Cortlandt 

Gumming, W : J. Cortlandt. (see Scharf, J: T: History of Westches- 
ter county. i886. 2:365-436) 974-727 qSchi- 

Rodman, E. M. Historical sketch of St Peter's parish Cortlandt-town, 
N.Y. delivered, Aug. 9, 1867. 32p. Peekskill 1867. 283.747 P34 

Terhune, Mrs M.. V. (Hawes). The Van Cortlandt manor-house, 
(jd'tf^ifr Some colonial homesteads. 1897. p. 171-200) 973.2 T27 

Eastchester 

Coffey W : S : Commemorative discourse delivered at the centennial 

anniversary of the erection and the 60th of the consecration of 

St Paul's church, East Chester, N. Y. Oct. 24, 1865. 4sp. N. Y. 

j855 Providence pub. lib. 

East Chester, (see Scharf, J: T : History of Westchester coun- 
try. 1886. 2:720-64) 974727 qSchi 
Greenburg 

Bacon, E. M. Chronicles of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow. 163P. 
N.Y. 1897. 917-4727 B13 



468 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local hiiury Centennial souvenir, brief history of Tarrytown from 1680 to 1880, 
with a map of Tarrytown as it was 100 years ago. 24p. Tarry- 
town 1880. 974.727 T17 

Cole, David. Historical address, (i'/'if Tarrytown, First reformed church. 
200th anniversary. 1898. p. 109-54) 285.7747 T172 

Hall, William. Ancient Sleepy Hollow church in Tarrytown, on the 
Hudson, N. Y. {see Potter's American monthly, Oct. 1877, 
9:257-59) 973 qAm3 

Mabie, H. W. Tarrytown-on-Hudson ; its historic associations and 
legendary lore, {see Powell, L. P. eef. Historic towns of the mid- 
dle states. i8gg. p. 137-67) 974-7 P^? 

Stewart, A. T. Historical discourse delivered at the First reformed 
protestant Dutch church of Tarrytown, N. Y. May 13, 1866. 49P 
N. Y. 1866. 285.7747 T17 

Tarrytown, First reformed church. 200th anniversary of the old 
Dutch church of Sleepy Hollow, Oct. 10 and 11, 1897. i7op. 
N. Y. 1898. 285.7747 T172 

Includiug sermon by J: K. Allen, addresses by J: B. Thouipsou, J: M. Fer- 
ris, D: D. Demarest, C: W. Frittu, A. F. Mabon, H. W. Mabie, Theodore 
Eoosevelt and David Cole; and list of members, 1697-1715. 

Todd, J: A. Greenburgh. {see Scharf, J: T: History of Westchester 
county. 1886. 2 : 172-283) 974.727 qSchi 

Harrison 

Baird, C: W. Harrison. (j-<f(f Scharf, J: T: History of Westchester 
county. 1886. 2:709-20) 974.727 qSchi 

Harrison (N. Y.) Friends society. Marriage records 1742-85. 

{see New York genealogical and biographical record, Jan. 1872, 

3:45-51) 929.1 N421 

Lewisboro 

Keeler, J. W. Lewisboro. {see Scharf, J: T: History of Westchester 
county. 1886. 2:535-61) 974.727 qSchi 

Mamaroneck 

Danforth, Hlliot. Address delivered at the 250th celeb'-ation of the 

purchase of Mamaroneck, N. Y. from the Indians, Sep. 21, 1891. 

26p Mt Vernon N. Y.n. d. N. Y, pub. lib. 

De Lancey, E: F. History of the town of Mamaroneck in the county 

of Westchester and state of New York. 43P. N. Y. 1886. 

974.727 qM3i 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 469 

De Lancey, E; F. History of the town of Mamaroneck in the county fe°'^"B'''h'n7 
of Westchester and state of N. Y. (see Scharf, J: T: History of 
Westchester county. 1886. 1:846-88) ^'j^.'jz'j qSchi 

Obadiah Palmer & others, complainants vs Jacobus Van 
Cortland & Adolph Philipse, defendants. In Cancellaria Novae 
Eborac. n.p. n.d. F. N. Y. 1727. 
Grolier club, p. 28, no. 72. 

Suit brought to determine title to the Great Neck at Mamaroneck. But 
line other perfect copy is known. 

Mount Pleasant 

Todd, J: A. Mount Pleasant, {see Scharf, J: T: History of West- 
chester county. 1886. 2:283-321) 974.727 qSchi 

Newcastle 
Barrett, Joseph. New Castle, (see Scharf, J: T: History of West- 
chester county. 1886. 2:608-28) 974727 qSchi 

New Rochelle 

Bolton, Rev. Robert, anon. Guide to New Rochelle and its vicinity. 
67p. N. Y. 1842. 917.4727 B63 

Darling', C: W. Antoine L'Espenard, the French Huguenot, of New 
Rochelle. 2op. n.p. n.d. 

RepriuteJ from the New York genealogical and MograpMcal record, July 
189:3,24:97-116,929.1 qN42i. 

Hague, William. Old Pelham and New Rochelle. (see Magazine of 
American history, Aug. 1882, 8 : 521-37) 973 M3'7 

(see Scharf, J: T: History of Westchester county. 1886. 



I : 709-13) 974727 qSchi 

Huguenots of New Rochelle. (see Continental monthly, Jan. 1863, 

3:1-7) °Si C76 

Lindsley, C: E. New Rochelle. (see Scharf, J: T: History of 

Westchester county. 1886. i : 685-701) 974.727 qSchi 

List of the towne of New Rochelle, etc. Sep. 9, 1710. (see N. Y. 
(state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of 
New York) 1849-51. 3:946-47. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 3:571-72. 974.7 qN423 

New Rochelle, Episcopal church. Petition of the established 
church of England in New Rochelle. (see New York genealogical 
and biographical record, Oct. 1876, 7:173-74) 929-1 N421 



4/0 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Ncw RochcUe press almanac. 1880. New Rochelle 1880. 974727 N42 
Local hiatory of New Eochelle by L. J. Coutant, p. 17-32. 

Rupp, I. D. Names of males at New Rochelle in 1710. (j-.?.? /i/j Col- 
lection of upwards of 30,000 names. 1876. p.463-64) 929.3 P38 

Smith, H. E. The Huguenots of New Rochelle. (see Independent, 
Ap. 21, 1899, V. 50, pt I, p. 503-4, 205 fln2 

North Castle 

Barrett, Joseph & Horton.W. H. North Castle, (.r^;? Scharf, J: T: 
History of Westchester county. 1886. 2:629-431 974.727 qSchi 

North Salem 

Culver, C: E. North Salem. {See Scharf, J: T: History of West- 
chester county. 1886. 2:.4gg-535) 974727 qSchi 

Ossining 
Fisher, G : J. Ossining. (see Scharf, J : T. History of Westchester 
county. 1886. 2:321-65) 974.727 qSchi 

Pelham 
Lindsley, C : E. Pelham. [see Schmi, ] -. T : History of Westches- 
ter county. 1886. 1:701-8, g'j^.'jz'j Schqi 

Poundridge 
Smith, G : T. Poundridge. {see Schari, J : T: History of Westches- 
ter county. 1886. 2:561-74) 974-727 qSchi 

Rye 

Baird, C: W. Chronicles of a border town; history of Rye, West- 
chester county, New York, 1660-1870; including Harrison and the 
White Plains till 1788; illustrated by Abram Hosier. 57op. N. Y. 

1871. 974-727 R98 

Families, p. 395-500. 

Rye. {see Scharf, J: T: History of Westchesier county. 1886. 

2:643-709, 974-727 qSchi 

Scarsdale 

Butler, A. M. Scarsdale. {see Scharf, J: T: History of Westchester 
county. 1886. 1:657-84; 974-727 qSchi 

Somers 
Culver, C: E. Somers. {see Schaif, J: T: History of Westchester 
county. 1886. 2.469-98) 974-727 qSchi 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



471 



Westchester 

Morris, Fordham. Borough town of Westchester; an address deliv- YoSer'i'""''^ 
ered on the 28th day of October 1896 before the Westchehter county 
historical society. 22]). White Plains 1896. 974.727 W52 

Westchester town, {see Scharf, J: T: History of Westchester 

county. i886. i : 768-822) 974.727 qSchi 

O'Neill, D. P. History of St Raymond's church, Westchester, N. Y. 
23p. Westchester ° 1898. N. Y. state lib. 

Trial for witchcraft of Katherine Harrison of Westchester, 1670. {see 

N.Y. (State) — State, Secretary of Documentary history of the state 

of New York) 1849-51. 4:136-38. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 4:87-88. 974.7 qN423 

White Plains 
Mitchell, J. S. White Plains, {see Scharf, J: T: History of West- 
chester county. 1886. 1:714-44) 974.727 qSchi 

Yonkers 

Allison, Jiev. C: E. History of Yonkers from the earliest times to the 
present. 4S4p. N.Y. '-■1896. 974.727 qY8 

Atkins, T: A. Indian wars and the uprising of 1655; Yonlcers depopu- 
lated; a paper read before the Yonkers historical and library associ- 
ation, Mar. 18, 1832. i4p. Yonkers 1892. 
GriffiQ, p. 1047. 

Cole, David. Historical address delivered at the 25th anniversary of 
the reformed church of Yonkers, N. Y. on the 23d of Ap. 1868. 
io9p. N. Y. 1868. 285.7747 Y8 

Early civil and religious history of the region ; p. 1-46 introductory. 

Yonkers. {see Scharf, J: T: History of Westchester county. 

1886. 2 : 1-172) • 974.727 qSchi 

Dawson, H: B. Papers concerning the town and village of Yonkers, 
Westchester county; a fragment. 45P. Yonkers 1866. (Gazette 
ser. V. 2) 974.727 Y8 

26 copies printed. 

Edsall, T: H. Kings Bridge, {see Scharf, J: T: History of West- 
chester county. 1886. 1 : 744-68) 974.727 qSchi 

Terhune, Mrs M.. V. (Hawes). The PhiUpse manor-house, (see her 
Some colonial homesteads. 1897. p. 239-75) 973'2 T27 



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Yorktown 



Local history Cumming, W: J. Yorktown. (see Scharf, J: T: History of West- 

Yorktown 

Chester county. 1886. 2:436-69 974.727 qSchi 

Orange county 

Brodhead, Edgar. Picturesque corner of three states; a chapter of 
Indian history and tradition, (see Magazine of American history, 
001.1883,10:267-83) 973 M27 

Denniston, Goldsmith. Survey of Orange county. 103P. Alb. 
1863. 917-4731 D42 

Extracted from transactions of New York state agricultural society, 18lJ2 
Early history and settlement, p. 5-19. 

Eager, J: M. An early canal, (see Historical magazine, Mar. 1864, 
8:114-15) 973 H62 

Built iu Orange county between 1728 and 1760 by Gov. Golden. 

Eager, S: W. Outline history of Orange county, with an enumera- 
tion of the names of its towns, villages, rivers, creeks. 65 2p. 
Newburgh 1846-47. 974.731 Ea3 

Fowler, R. L. Historic houses and revolutionary letters, (f^^ Maga- 
zine of American history, Aug. 1890,24:81-100) 973 M2' 
Ellison house, New Windsor, Orange county. 

Howe, J. F. St David's parish, Orange county, N. Y. {see Americeti 
historical record. May i874,,3 : 195-98) 973 qAm3 

List of the inhabitants in the county of Orange, 1702. (see N. Y. 

(state) -State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of 

New York) 1849-51. 1:366-67. 974-7 N424 

'1850-51. 1:239. 974.7 qN423 

Minisink Valley historical society. Bicentennial celebration of the 
200th anniversary of the settlement of the Minisink valley, held 
under the auspices of the Minisink Valley historical society July 22, 
1890. 28p. Port Jervis n.d. L. I. hist. see. 

Addresses by 8. W. Mills, C. E. Cuddeback, T. D. Talmage, Hiram Clark, 
A. A. Haines and J. H. Van Etten. 

Ruttenber, E: M. History of the county of Orange; whh a history 
of the town and city of Newburgh; general, analytical and bio- 
graphical. 424P. Newburgh 1875, 974.731 R93 

Almost the same as his History of i'ewbvrgh. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 473 

Ruttenber, E: M. & Clark, L: H. comp. History of Orange county, Local hi»tory 

. . . . N«w Wlndjor 

N. Y. with illustrations and biographical sketches of many of its pio- 
neers and prominent men. 82op. Phil. 1881. 974731 qRgs 

Stickney, C: E. History of the Minisink region, which includes the 
present towns of Minisink, Deerpark, Mount Hope, Greenville and 
Wawayanda, in Orange co. N. Y. from their organization and first 
settlement to the present time; also including a general history of 
the first settlement of the county. 2 up. Middletown N Y. 

1867. 974-731 Sts 

Blooming Grove 
Riotous proceeding in Blooming Grove, Orange county in 1772. (see 
Historical magazine, June 1862, 6: 189^90) 973 H62 

Cornwall 
Beach, Lewis. Cornwall. 2oop. Newburgh 1873. 974.731 C81 

Deerpark 

Gumaer, P; E. History of Deerpark in Orange county, N. Y. 

204p. Port Jervis 1890. 974.731 D36 

Published by the Minisink Valley historical society. 
Mills, S : W. 1737-1878, reformed Dutch church of Deerpark, Port 

Jervis, N. Y. historical discourse read at the opening of the memorial 

chapel, Oct. 22, 1878. 64p. Port Jervis 1878. 285 7747 P83 

Montgomery 

Dickson, J. M. The Goodwill memorial; or. The first 150 years of 
the Goodwill presbyterian church, Montgomery, Orange co. N. Y. 
163P. Newburgh 1880. L. I. hist. soc. 

Howe J. F. Dutch church at Montgomery, N. Y. {see American 
historical record, Jan. 1873, 2 : 21-24) 973 .qAm3 

Maclise D. M. The former days; a historical discourse regarding the 

Goodwill presbyterian church, Montgomery, N. Y. delivered on ' 

New Years day 1865 in commemoration of the 125th anniversary 
of the settlement of the first pastor of the church. 3ip. N. Y. 
jgge. Providence pub. lib. 

New Windsor 

New Windsor, Presbyterian church. Record of baptisms, mar- 
riages and births, entered by the Rev. John Close, [1764-96]. (see 
Historical society of Newburgh bay and the Highlands. Papers. 
1896. p. 9-31) N. Y. state lib. 



474 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Lccai bistoiy Nivcil. A. C. ed. The centennial memorial; a record of the looth 

anniversary of the A. R. presbyterian church of Little Britain 

together with a sketch of the Clinton family. 25i,p. N. Y. 

1859. 285.1747 L7* 

Newburgh 

For history of tbe palatines in Newburgh, see Palatines, p. 502. 

Emery, Rufus. Church of England in Newburgh and vicinity pre- 
vious to the revolution . {see Historical society of Newburgh bay 
and the Highlands. Papers. 1896. p. 38-46) N. Y. state lib. 

Read Jan. 2, 1885. 

Papers relating to the palatines and to the first settlement of Newburgh, 
Orange county. (see N. Y. (stale)-State, Secretary of. Docu- 
mentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51- 3:539-607- 974-7 N424 

1850-51- 3:325-^4- 974-7 qN423 

Ruttenber, E:M. Historical sketch, (see Carter's centennial city 

general and business directory of the city of Newburgh, N. Y. for 

the year 1876. p. 9-56) 917.4731 N42 

History of Newburgh . (see his History of the county of Orange. 

1875. p.iii-420) 974-731 R93 

-. History of the town of Newburgh. 322p. Newburgh 



1859. 974-731 qN42 

Biographic and genealogic sketches, p. 259-322. 

Skeel, Adelaide. Newburgh, the palatine parish of Quassaick. (see 

Powell, L. P. ed. Historic towns of the middle states. 1899. 

p.107-35) 974.7 P87 

Rockland county 

Cole, David, ed. History of Rockland county, N. Y. with biographical 
sketches of its prominent men. 344 + 75P. N. Y. 1884. 

974.728 qC67 

Ferdon, J: W. Indians of Rockland county. (see Cole, David, ed. 
History of Rockland county, N.Y. 1884. p. 2 1-26) 974.728 qC67 

Green, F. B. History of Rockland county. 444p. N. Y. 1886. 

N. Y. pub. lib. 
Clarkstown 

Clarkstown, Reformed church. Baptisms at Clarkstown from Aug. 
13, 1749 to Dec. 28, 1794. (see Cole, David, ed. History of 
Rockland county, N. Y. 1884. apx.p 54-75) 974.728 qC67 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 475 

Fay, H. P. Town of Clarkstown. (see Cole, David, ed. History of Local history 

Rockland county, N. Y. 1884. p. 112-36) 974.728 qC67 connty 

Haverstraw 

Freeman, A. S. & Pelletreau, W: S. Town of Haverstraw. (see 
Cole, David, ed History of Rockland county, N. Y. 1884. 

P- 137-96) 974-728 qC67 

Orangetown 

Ferdon, J: W. Town of Orangetown. {see Cole, Da.v\d, ed. His- 
tory of Rockland county, N. Y. 1884. p. 197-253) 974.728 qC67 

Tappan, Reformed church. Baptisms at Tappan from Oct. 25, 1694 
to Jan. 10, r8r6. {see Cole, David, ed. History of Rockland 
county, N. Y. 1884. apx. p. 3-50) 974.728 qC67 

Tappan, Second reformed church. Baptisms of an irregular con- 
gregation at Tappan, existing from 1767 to 1778. {si^e Cole, David, 
ed. History of Rockland county, N. Y. 1884. apx. p. 51-53) 

974.728 qC67 
Ramapo 

Cobb, E. B. Town of Ramapo. [see Cole, David, ed. History of 
Rockland county, N. Y. 1884 p. 254-319) 974.728 qC67 

Stony Point 

Gay, Ebenezer, jr. Town of Stony Point {see Cole, David, ed. 
History of Rockland county, N.Y. 1884. p 320-441 974.728 qC67 

Dutchess county 

Bailey, H. D. B. Local tables and historical sketches 43ip. Fish- 
kill Landing 1874. N. Y. hist. soc. 

Huntting, Isaac. History of Little Nine Partners of Northeast 
precinct and Pine plains. New York, D'uchess county. v. i. 
Amenia 1897. 974-733 P65 

Lineage of some families of Amenia and Pine Plains 1:316-95. 

List of inhabitants and slaves in the county of Dutchess, 17 14. {see 
N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of Documentary history of the state 
of New York) 1849-51. 1:368-69, 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1:240 974.7 qN423 

List of the freeholders in Dutchess oounty, 1740. (j-fa- N. Y. (state)- 

State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New 

York) I849-5I' 4:205-8. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 4:134-36 974.7 qN423 



476 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

^^*Jjhiatory PapcfS relating to Ulster and Dutchess counties. \see N. Y. (state)- 

kState, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New 

York) 1849-51. 3:959-96. 974.7 N424 

1850-51- 3:580-601. 9747 qN423 

Smith, J. H. History of Duchess county, N. Y. with illustrations and 
biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers, by 
J. H. Smith, assisted by H. H. Cale & W: E. Roscoe. 562P. 
Syracuse 1882. 974-733 qSm5 

Smith, P- H: General history of Duchess county, from 1609-1876, 
inclusive. 507P. Pawling 1877. 974-733 Sm6 

Ver Planck, W: E. Old Dutch houses on the Hudson, {see New 
England magazine, Mar. 1895, ser. 3, 12 : 71-82) 051 B34 v.i8 

Amenia 

Reed, Newton. Early history of Amenia, N. Y. 151?- Amenia 

1875. 974-733 Am3 

Fishkill 

Brinckerhoff, T. V. Historical sketch of the town of Fishkill, from its 
first settlement, p. 50-9S. Fishkill Landing 1866. 974-733 F53 

Celebration of ihe 150th anniversary of the church at Fishkill. (see 
Historical magazine, Oct. 1866, 10:323-24) 973 H62 

Craig, Mrs M.. D. Life and times of Catharyna Rombout or Madam 
Brett, {see Historical society of Newburgh bay and the Highlands. 
Papers. 1896. p. 51-58) N. Y. state lib. 

Read Sep. 30, 1895. Owner of patent including Fishkill. 

Fishkill, First reformed church. Account of the exercises in 
connection with the 175th anniversary of the First reformed 
Dutch church of Fishkill, Sep. 16, 1891. 47p. Fishkill 

1891. 285.7747 F535 

Historical address by A. P. Van Gieson, p. 12-38. 

Fishkill inscriptions ; from the grave yards, [see New York genealog- 
ical and biographical record, Oct. 1892, 23:212-16; Jan. 1893 
24:26-37) 929-1 qN42i 

Kip, F. M. Discourse delivered on the 12th of September 1866, at 
the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the First reformed Dutch 
church, FishkiU. 64p. N. Y. 1866. . 285.7747 F536 

Historical sketch of Fishkill and its ancient church, (see New 

York genealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1890, 21 : 51-58) 

929.1 qN"42i 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 477 

Van Gieson, A. P. Historical address, (see Fishkill, First reformed Local WBtonr 
church. Account of the exercises in connection with the lysth 
anniversary. 1891. p. 12-38) 285.7747 FS35 

Poughkeepsie 

Van Gieson, A. P. Anniversary discourse and history of the First 

reformed church at Poughkeepsie. i28p. Poughkeepsie 1893. 

285.7747 P86 
Red Hook 

Lewis, J: N. Reminiscences of Annandale, N Y. (see American 
historical register, Mar.-Ap. 1896,4:29-35, 151-fio) 973 qAm3i 

Rhinebeck 
Drury, J. B. Reformed Dutch church, Rhinebeck, N. Y. an historical 
address delivered at the 150th anniversary of its organization. 
68p. Chatham N. Y. 1881. 285.7747 R34 

Smith, E: M. Documentary history of Rhinebeck,- in Dutchess 

county, N. Y. embracing biographical sketches and genealogical 

records with a history of its churches and other institutions. 239P. 

Rhinebeck 1881. 974-733 ^-34 

Putnam county 

Blake, W^: J. History of Putnam county, N. Y. with an enumeration 
of its towns, villages, rivers, creeks, lakes, ponds, mountains, hills 
and geological features ; local traditions ; and short biographical 
sketches of early settlers, etc. 368p. N. V. 1849. 974.732 £58 

Pelletreau, W: S. History of Putnam county, N. Y, with biographical 
sketches ofits prominent men. 771?. Phil 1886. 974.732 qP36 

Southeast 

Macoubrey, A. R. Historical sermon deUvered in the South- 
east center presbyterian church, Aug. 20, 1876. 32p. N. Y. 
1877. 285.1747 S08 

Ulster county 
For history of the palatines in Ulster county, see Palatines, p. 502. 

Concerning Ulster county records, [see Ulster county historical so- 
ciety. Collections, i860, i : 241) 974-734 UI7 

Hasbrouck, A. B. Address, {see Ulster county historical society. 
Collections, i860. 1:25-39) 974-734 UI7 

History of Ulster county. 



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Local history Lefcvre, Ralph. Huguenots of Ulster county, (fifi' Historical society 
of Newburgh bay and the Highlands. Papers. 1894. p. 41-55) 

N. Y. state lib. 

List of colonial statutes referring to the county of Ulster, (.fiji? Ulster county 
historical society. Collections, i860. 1:100-3) 974-734 UI7 

List of documents relating to Ulster county contained in the Clinton 
papers in the state library at Albany, (sen Ulster historical society. 
Collections, i860. 1:103-5) 974734 UI7 

List ofpatents granted from the 5th Dec. 1666 to the 8th Sep. 1709 to 
sundry persons in the county of Ulster, (see New York genealog- 
ical and biographical record, July 187 1, 2 : 143-48) 929.1 N421 

Names of the male inhabitants of Ulster county, 1689. [see N. Y. 

(3tate)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of 

New York) 1849-51. 1:279-82, 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 1:171-75. 974.7 qN423 

Papers relating to Ulster and Dutchess counties, {see N. Y. (state)- 

State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

'849-51- 3:959-96- 974-7 N424 

'850-5 1- 3:580-601. 974.7 qN423 

Scott, C. Indian forts of 1663. [see Ulster county historical society. 
Collections, i860, i : 234-40) 974.734 UI7 

Origin and meaning of the word Shawangunk. {see Ulster county 

historical society. Collections. i86o. 1:229-33) 974-734 UI7 

Sylvester, N. B. History of Ulster county, N. Y. with illustrations 
and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers. 2v. 
in I. Phil. 1880. 974.734 qSys 

Ulster county sheriffs, {see Ulster county historical society. Collec- 
tions. i860. 1:98-100) 974.734 UI7 

Hurley 

Hasbrouck, J. W. Hurley, {see Ulster county historical society. 
Collections, i860. 1:71-72) 974.734 UI7 

Kingston 

Brief notice of the Rev. Hermannus Meier, {see Magazine of the 
reformed Dutch church, Jan. 1828, 2 : 296-303) 205 M27 

Pastor of tbe church at Kingston. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 479 

Brodhead, J : R, Notes and documents relating to the early history Local history 
of Kingston, Hurley and Marbletown. (see Ulster county histori- '^™s^'»" 
cal society. Collections, i860. 1:49-54) 974.734 UI7 

Forsyth, M. . I. Old Kingston; New York's first capital, (see New 
England magazine, Nov. 1893, new ser. 9 : 345-55) 051 B34 v. 15 

Holland society of New York. Celebration in Kingston, N. Y. 1886. 
{see Holland society of New York. Year book. 1886-87. p. 11- 
108) 974-7 qH7i 

Contents : Exhibition of relics relating to Kingston and the old Dutch set 
tiers, p. 19-34. 
Oration of Gen. G : H. Sharps on old Kingston, p. 35-52. 
Tappan homestead, p. 53. 
Old Dutch reformed church, p. 53-58. 
"Senate honse", p. 58-60. 
Dederick house, p. 60-61. 
Hasbrouck house, p. 61-62. 

The part relating to the old Dutch reformed church is by J : C. F, 
Hoes and seems to be abridged from his account in Sylrester, His- 
tory of Ulster county, 1880, p. 220-33. 

King'ston church, (see Magazine of the reformed Dutch church, Sep. 
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Kingston, Dutch church. Baptismal and marriage registers of the old 
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settlement to the year [820. 558P. N. Y. 1888. 974-734 qK6i 

Westbrook, F : E : 200th anniversary of the erection of the build- 
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at Esopus, now city of Kingston, together with sketches of old 
prominent citizens of Kingston, etc. 48p. Kingston 1883. 

974.734 K611 



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society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands. Papers. 1894. 

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New Paltz, Reformed church. Records of the reformed Dutch 
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Rochester 

Agreement relative to the working of a lead mine in Rochester town- 
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Quinlan, J. E. History of Sullivan county ; embracing an account of 
its geology, climate, aborigines, early settlement, organization ; the 
formation of its towns, with biographical sketches of prominent 
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Greene county 
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prominent men. 462P. N. Y. 1884. 974-737 qH62 coMty 

Contents : Athens, W: S. Pelletreau, p. 151-95 including baptismal recorda 
of Zion's lutheran church. 

Cairo, H: Whittemore, p. 203-28. 
Old Catskill, H: Brace, p. 86-118. 
Coxsackie, W: S. Pelletreau, p. 229-55, 
Durham, J. G. Borthwick, p. 256-88. 
Greenville, H. Bogardus, p. 289-317. 
Hunter, E. C. Holtou, p. 322-44. 
JevTett, G: H. Hastings, p. 345-49. 
Lexington, E. C. Holton, p. 350-65. 
New Baltimore, H. Bogardus, p. 366-79. 
Prattsville, G: H. Hastings, p. 380-92. 
Windham, O. B. Hitchcock, p. 392-414. 

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Rockwell, Charles. The Catskill mountains and the region around; 
their scenery, legends and history, with sketches in prose and verse 
by Cooper, Irving, Bryant, Cole and others. 351P. N. Y. 1867. 

917.4738 Rs9 
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Catskill 

Pinckney, J. D. d^ others. Reminiscences of Catskill; local sketches 

by Pinckney, together with interesting articles by Thurlow 

Weed, Edwin Croswell, S.^ S. Day and Joseph Hallock. 79P. 

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Columbia county 

For history of the palatines on the Livingston manor, see Palatines, p. 502. 

Clarkson, T: S. Biographical history of Clermont or Livingston 
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Glenn, T: A. Clermont and the Livingstons, {see his Some colonial 
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of Livingston manor. (see Sedgwick, Theodore. Memoir of 
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973.2 T27 
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Zabriskie, F. N. History of the reformed P. D. church of Claverack ; 
a centennial address, gsp. Hudson 1867. 285.7747 C57 

• Social and civil history of tlie towa by E. S. Porter, p. 35-56. 

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Hillsdale 

Collin, J: F. History of Hillsdale, Columbia county, N. Y. a memo- 
rabilia of persons and things of interest, passed and passing; ed. by 
H. S. Johnson. i43+r95p. Philmont N. Y. 1883. 

974.739 H59 
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Rensselaer county 
The old Van Rensselaer mansion, (see Scribner's monthly, Oct. 1873, 
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Sylvester, N. B. History of Rensselaer county, N. Y. with illustra- 
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564P. Phil. 1880. 974.741 qSy5 

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Lansingburg 
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Schaghticoke 

Viele, E. L. Knickerbockers of New York 2 centuries ago. (si^e Local history 

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Mohegan Indians to 1876 ; with maps and statistical tables by ' 
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.Troy's 100 years, 1789-1889. 4S3p. Troy 189 1. 

o 1 ■ 1 -1 -, ic 974-74' qTrs 

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Rensselaerswyck 

Eensselaerswyck, or the manor of the Van Rensselaers, included parts of 
the present Columbia, Eensselaer and Albauy counties. 
For Van Curler, see Van Twiller, p. 338. 

Barnard, D. D. Discourse on the life, services and character of 
Stephen Van Rensselaer; delivered before the Albany institute, 
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Stephen Van Eensselaer was born in 1764, but this sketch contains ma- 
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Includes an account of the manor of Reusselaerswyok. 

{see Van Rensselaer, Mrs Sarah, a»on. Ancestral sketches. 

1882. p. 281-375) 923-27 qV3S 

An historical sketch of the colony and manor of Rensse- 



laerswyck ; read before the Albany institute, Ap. 25, 1839. {^'^^ ^'■^ 
Discourse on the life, services and character of Stephen Van 
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Noticed in North American revino, Oct. 1839, 49 : 478-83. 

Conditions freely assented to and accepted by Killiaen Van Rensse- 
laer in his quality as patroon of his colonic named Rensselaerswyck, 
and by Dr Johannes Megapolensis as preacher to administer and 
promote divine service in the aforesaid colonic for the term of six 
successive years. (j<f.f O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New 

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1850-59. 2 : 186-90. 974.743 M92 
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974.7 Ocii 

Payment and expenditure which Kiliaen van Rensselaer has advanced 
and paid in his life-time as patroon of the colonie called Rensselaers- 
wyck for the support of said colonie together with what has been 
expended and paid after his decease in behalf of said colonie. {see 
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Pepper, Calvin. Manor of Rensselaerswyck. 34P. Alb. 1846. 

974-743 P39 

Reynolds, Cuyler. Relics of Rensselaerswyck. {see Cosmopolitan, 

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Tenney, Jonathan. The manor and the Van Rensselaers. {see 
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Van Rensselaer, Johan. Commission of Gerrit Swart, schout of 
Rensselaerswyck ; and, Instructions drawn up for Gerrit Swart as 
officer of the colonie. {see O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New 
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Van Rensselaer, Mrs M. D. (King). The Van Rensselaers of the 
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Albany county 
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colony of Rensselaerswyck, 1656-75; tr. from the original Dutch 
with notes by Jonathan Pearson. 528p. Alb. 1869. 

974 742 qAh 
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. Records, 1654-78. {see Munsell, Joel. Collections on thl 

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Aibai^'iora't' '^^^ beaver and the fur trade, (see Holland, G: R. & Tenney, Jona- 
than. Bicentennial history of Albany. 1886. p.296-3o<») 

974,742 qH83 

Colonial military affairs and wars in Albany county, (see Howell, 
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County of Albany, (jifif Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany) 

1850-S9. 1 : 142-48. 974-743 M92 
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Doig, Robert. History of the township of Berne, (y,?^' Howell, G: R. 
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Albany ; history of the county of Albany, N. Y. from 1609 to 

1886. 997p. N. Y. 1886. 974-742 qH83 

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1886. 

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1850-59. 1:231-34. 974-743 M92 
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MacMurray, J. W. Houses in ancient Albany county, {see Pearson, 
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Markle, J. S. History of Coeyman's township, (see Howell, G: R. 
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Tenney, Jonathan. Bicentennial history of Albany. 1886. 
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Masten, A. H. anon. History of Cohoes, N. Y. from its earliest 
settlement to the present time. 327P- Alb. 1877. 

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Munsell, Frank. Bibliography of Albany; being a catalogue of 
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Albany institute . Proposed erection of local historical monuments; 
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974-743 Ah 
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461P. Alb. 1888. 974.743 B22 

Barnes, T. W. ed. Souvenir of the Albany bicentennial celebration, 
July 1886; containing the official programme with the only autho- 
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Colonial history, p. 5-10 : chronological record, 1540-1776 p. 10-17. 

. Settlement and early history of Albany. 25P. Alb. 1851. 

974-743 B261 
A prize essay delivered before the Albany young men's association, Dec. 26, 
1850; covers period 1609-86. 

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Edition of 300 copies. 

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Fernow, Berthold. Albany and its place in the history of the United 
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birthday as a city. 98p. Alb. 1886. 974.743 F39 

Chiefly colonial period. 
Author was selected as historian by Albany bicentennial committee. 

Ceschichte der Deutschen in Albany und Troy nebst kurzen biographicn 
von beamten und hervorragenden buergen. 274P. Alb. 1897. 

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Hill, D; B. 1 686-1886; oration delivered at the bicentennial cele- 
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974.743 H55 
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ArtvenisiDf,' pamphlet containijig many items of interest connected with 
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Dxitclx, jierioA 
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974-743 M92 
Contents : 1686-S5, 2 : 88-145 1713-18, 7 : 9-85 

1695-1700, 3 : 7-56 1718-26, 8 : 229-312 

1699-1705, 4 : 98-199 1726-31, 9 : 9-80 

1705-10, 5 : 114-206 1731-43, 10 : 9-152 

1710-13, 6:242-91 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 49! 

Albany. City records, teif Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany. Ed. 2. LoeaiWttery 

" •' Albany 

1S69-71) 974-743 M931 

Contents : 1686-95, 2 : 82-269 

1695-1700, 3 : 1-51 

1699-1705, i : 88-187 



— City records, 1753-83. {see Munsell, Joel. Collections on the 
history of Albany . 1865-71. 1:81-354) 974.743 qM92 
Orders regulating the Indian trade, 1686. {see Munsell, Joel. 



Annals of Albany. 1850-59. 8 : 205-14) 974.743 M92 

Capitulation of the Dutch to the English, 1664. {see Munsell, Joel. 

Annals of Albany) 1850-59. 4:28-31. 974.743 Mg2 

Ed. 2. 1869-71. 4:21-24. 974.743 M921 

Dongan, Gov. Thomas. Charter of the city of Albany, 1686. [see 

Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany) 

1850-59. 2:61-87. 974-743 M92 

Ed. 2. 1869-71. 2:56-81. 974.743 M921 

Hoffman, L. G. Albany 159 years ago. 23P. {see Albany directory 

for 1845-6. 1845. p. 59-91) 917-4743 Ah 

Miller, G; W. A retrospect of two centuries ; a bicentennial discourse, 

Albany, N. Y. July 18, 1886. i6p. Alb. 1886. 974.743 V3S 

Munsell, Joel. Men and things in Albany two centuries ago. 32P. 
Alb. 1876. 040P V. 2119 

Also in Transaetiona of Albany institute. 1879. 9 : 38-56. 

N. Y. ( province ) - General assembly. Synopsis of the principal 

acts relating to Albany, passed from 1691 to 1713. {see Munsell, 

Joel. Annals of Albany) 1850-59. 4:203-18. 974.743 M92 

Ed. 2. 1869-71, 4:191-205. 974.743 M921 

Papers relating to Albany and adjacent places, {see N. Y. (state)— 
State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New 
York) 1849-51- 3:869-917 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 3:523-53- 974-7 qN423 

Papers relating to the Sons of liberty of Albany ; including constitution, 
list of members and correspondence, 1765-66. (.fa'^ American his- 
torian and quarterly genealogical record, Ap. 1876, i : 145-53) 

973 Am3i 
Published in Sebenectady. 

Records of the court of assize relating to Albany and its inhabitants, 

1666-72. {see Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany) 

1850-59- 4:7-27- 974-743 M92 
Ed. 2. 1869-71. 4:1-20. 974.745 M92r 



492 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Localities, huildinga, etc. 
Aibi^'^'°*°'^ Mather, F : G. Schuyler house at Albany, {see Magazine of Amer- 
ican history, July 1884. 12:1-16) 973 M27 

O'Callaghan, E. B. First stone house in Albany. (j?,? New York 
genealogical and biographical record, Jan. 1873, 4 : 21-23) 

929.1 N421 
Built 1658 as a residence for tbo Tico director, with accommodations for 

the court of justice. 

Proctor, L. B. Historic memories of the old Schuyler mansion; 
thrilhng events within its walls. 7p. n. p. n.d. 974.743 qP94 

Written for the Albany historical society. 

Terhune, Mrs M. V. (Hawes). Two Schuyler homesteads, Albany 
N. Y. (j'^if /^ifr More colonial homesteads. 1899. p. 187-223) 

973.2 T271 

Van Rensselaer, Maunsell. Our ancient landmarks, sermon delivered 
in St. Paul's church, Albany, on the bicentennial commemoration of 
the city's charter. 32p. Alb. 1886. 974.743 ¥35 

Lists of residents, church records, etc. 

Albany, Reformed Protestant Dutch church. Baptisms, 1683- 
93. {see Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany. 1850-59. 2 : 146-74) 

974.743 M92 

Baptisms from 1693 to 1707. {see Munsell, Joel. Annals of 



Albany) 1850-59. 3:61-113. 974-743 M92 

Ed. 2. 1869-71. 3:284-333. 974.743 M921 

Curtis, F; C. Medicine in Albany county, {see Howell, G: R.'& 
Tenney, Jonathan. Bicentennial history of Albany. 1886. 
p. 203-47) 974-742 qH93 

Dutch church burials, 1722-57. (x,?.? Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany) 

1850-59. 1:235-49. 974-743 M92 
Ed. 2. 1869-71. 1 : 131-47. 974.743 M921 

Halenbeek burial ground, {see Munsell, Joel. Collections on the 
history of Albany. 1865-71. 2:410-16) 974.743 qM92 

Pearson, Jonathan. Diagrams of the home lots of the village of 
Beverwyck. {see Munsell, Joel. Collections on the history of 
Albany. 1865-71. 4:184-224) 974.743 qMga 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 493 

Pearson, Jonathan. K.ey to the names of persons occurring in the early ^"v^'''**'"^ 
Dutchrecordsof Albany and vicinity, (jif.? Munsell, Joel. Collections 
on the history of Albany. 1865-71. 4:84-91) 974.743 qM92 

Tenney, Jonathan. New England in Albany. i26p. Bost. 1883. 

L. I. hist, sor 
Colonial period, p. 2-12. 

Desoription 

Albany 50 years ago. (see Munsell, Joel. Collections on the history 
of Albany. 1865-71. 2:1-31) 974.743 qMga 

Chandler, Samuel. Diary, 1755. (j<ff Munsell, Joel. Collections on 
the history of Albany. 1865-71. 2:373-75) 974'743 qM92 

Reprint of part relating to Albany, 

Dankers, Jasper & Sluyter, Peter. Journal, 1680. {see Munsell, 
Joel. Collections on the history of Albany. 1865-71. 2:358-73) 

974-743 qMgz 
Reprint of part relating to Albany and Schenectady. 

Grant, Mrs Anne (Macvicar). Description of Albany and manners 
of the inhabitants, 1764. (see Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany) 

1850-59. 2:53-60. 974.743 M92 
Ed. 2. 1869-71. 2:48-54. 974.743 M921 
From ber Memoirs of an American lady. 

Jogues, Isaac. Father Jogues's account of Rensselaerswyck (see 
Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany. 1850-59. 9 : 130-31) 

974.743 M92 

Kalm, Peter. Visit to Albany, 1749. (see Munsell, Joel. Annals of 
Albany) 1850-59. 1 : 262-75. 974-743 M92 

Ed. 2. 1869-71. 1:43-63. 974-743 M921 

Miller, John. Ancient Albany, 1695 with a plan of the city, (see 
Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany. 1850-59. i : 136-37) 

974.743 M92 

Vries D. P. de. De Vries in Albany, (see Munsell, Joel. Annals of 
Albany. 1850-59. 9:124-29) 974-743 M92 

Wadsworth, Benjamin. Journal, (see Massachusetts historical 
society. Collections. 1852. ser. 4, i : 102-10) 974.4 M38V.31 
Kept while in Albany, Aug. 1694, as a commissioner from Massachusetts to 
treat with the five nations. 



494 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Beligious hittory 
Aibwy'^'"^ Albany, First Lutheran church. Manual. i28p. Alb. 1871. 

284.1747 All 

Albany, Reformed protestant Dutch church. Deacon's account 
book, 1665-1715; and, Seatings of the Dutch reformed church, 
1730-1770. (see Munsell, Joel. Collections on the history of 
Albany. 1865-71. i : 2-80) 974.743 qM92 

Blayney, J. M. History of the First presbyterian church of Albany, 
N. Y. list of its officers and a complete catalogue of its members 
from its organization. i24p. Alb. 1877. 285.1747 Alii 

Organized in 1762 or 1763. 

De Lancey, E: F. Memoir of the Rev. Harry Munro, the last rector 
of St Peter's church, Albany, under the English crown, (see New 
York genealogical and biographical record, July 1873,4:113-24) 

929.1 N421 

Dutch church papers, (see Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany. 1850- 
59. 7 : 232-39) 974-743 M92 

Dutch reformed church in Albany, (see Munsell, Joel. Annals of 
Albany. 1850-59. 6 : 67-96) 974.743 M92 

Episcopal church in Albany, (see Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany. 
1850-59, 6 : 50-66) 974-743 M92 

Evangelical Lutheran Ebenezer church, Albany, (see Munsell, Joel. 
Annals of Albany) 1850-59. 1:122-29. 974.743 M92 

Ed. 2. 1869-71. 1 : 148-65. 974.743 M921 

First presbyterian church, Albany, (see Munsell, Joel. Annals of 

Albany) 1850-59. 1 : 130-32. 974-743 M92 

Ed. 2. 1869-71, 1:170-76. 974.743 M921 

Hooper, -Rev. Joseph. History of Saint Peter's church in the city of 
Albany with an introduction and description of the present edifice 
and its memorials by the Rev. Walton W. Battershall. 556p. 
Alb. 1900. 283.747 AI17 

Rectors of St Peter's church, Albany, (see l<i. Y. (state) — State, 

Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 3:1151-55. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 3:697-99. 974.7 qN423 

Reformed protestant Dutch church in Albany, (see Munsell, Joel. 

Annals of Albany) 1850-59. 1:86-121. 974.743 M92 

Ed. 2. 1869-71. 1:78-147. 974.743 M921 

Including list ofmerabers, 1683. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 495 

Religious institutions, (see Howell, G: R. & Tenney, Jonathan. Local history 
Bicentennial history of Albany. 1886. p. 749-74) 974.742 qH83 <=»""'ff 

Rev. Gideon Schaets. {see O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New Nether- 
land. 1846-48. 2:567-68) 974-7 Ocii 
Second pastor of the Dutch church in Albauj', 1657-83. 

Rogers, E. P. Historical discourse on the reformed protestant Dutch 
church of Albany, delivered on Nov. 26, 1857, in the North 
Dutch church. i2op. N. Y. 1858. 285.7747 Alri 

St Peter's church and other matters, (see Munsell, Joel. Collections 
on the history of Albany. 1865-71. 1:388-91) 974.743 qM92 

Stanton, Jiev. H. C. Origin and growth of presbyterianism in Albany, 

historical discourse delivered in the State street presbyterian church, 

Albany, July 18, 1886. 27P. Alb. 1886. 974.743 V35 

The first presbyterians came to Albany about 1760 and the first church 

was built in 1776. 

Saratoga county 

Bond, L. A. Old and new Saratoga, (see National magazine, July 
1892, 16:313-36) 973 M271 

Bullard, E: F. History of Saratoga ; an address delivered at Schuyler- 
ville, N.Y. July 4, 1876. 22p. Ballston Spa 1876. 974.748 Ssl-ji 
Includes also Saratoga county by G: G-. Scott, and Saratoga and Kay-ad- 
ros-se-ra by N. B. Sylvester. 

Scott, G: G. Saratoga county; an historical address and a centennial 
address by J. S. L'Amoreaux delivered at Ballston Spa, N. Y. 
July 4, 1876. 47p. Ballston Spa 1876. 974.748 Sa7i 

Stone, W: L. Reminiscences of Saratoga and Ballston. 45 ip. 
N. Y. 1875. 974-748 Sa; 

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Sylvester, N. B. History of Saratoga county, N. Y. with illustrations 

and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. 

5i4p. Phil. 1878. 974-748 qSys 

._ Saratoga and Kay-ad-ros-se-ra; an historical address delivered 

at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. July 4, 1876. 52?. Troy 1876. 

974.748 Sa7i 
Walworth, E. H. Saratoga; the struggle for the great waterways. 

(jf^ Powell, L. P. e^. Historic towns of the middle states. 1899. 

P-39-70) 974-7 P87 



496 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Washington county 

Local history Corcv, Allen, Gazetteer of the county of Washinston, N. Y. com- 
"""■"y prising a correct statistical and miscellaneous history of the county 

and several towns from their organization to the present time. 264P. 

Schuylerville 1849. 917.4749 C81 

Fitch, Asa. A historical, topographical and agricultural survey of the 
county of Washington, (see New York state agricultural society. 
Transactions. 1848. 8:877-975) 630.6 K2 

History of the couuty clown to the revolution. 

Hall, Hiland. New York Dellius patent, {see Historical magazine, 
Feb. 1868, ser. 2, 3 : 74-76) 973 H62 v. 13 

Jermain, G: W. Historical address, {see Smart, J. S. & Noble, 
Henry, comp. Proceedings of the centennial anniversary of the old 
town of Cambridge. 1874. p. 16-42) 974.749 C14 

Johnson, Crisfield, anon. History of Washington county, N. Y. 
witli illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent 
men and pioneers. 504P. Phil. 1878. 974.749 qJ62 

Kellogg, Lewis. Sketch of the history of Whitehall, civil and relig- 
ious ; a discourse delivered on the 27th of June 1847 by Kellogg, 
being the loth anniversary of his ministry in the place. i6p. 

Whitehall 1847. 974.749 W58 

Mackenzie. W. A. Union presbyterian church of Salem, N. Y. his- 
torical sermon delivered Oct. 29, 1876. 45P. Salem 1876. 

285.1747 Sa3 

Salem, (N. Y.) historical committee. Salem book, records of the 

past and glimpses of the present. 250P. Salem 1896. 

974.749 Sa3 
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Smart, J. S. & Noble, Henry, comp. Proceedings of the centennial 

anniversary of the old town of Cambridge. iiip. Camb. 1874. 

974.749 C14 

Historical address by Hon. G. W: Jermain and other speeches. 

Sprague, E; P. Historical sketch of the presbyterian church in 

Salem, Washington county, N. Y. delivered June 4, 1876. 49P. 

Salem 1876. 285.1747 Sa3 

Thurston, E. P. History of the town of Greenwich, from the earliest 

settlement to the centennial, also an oration delivered by D. A. 

Boies, at Greenwich, N. Y. July 4th, 1876. 78p. Salem 1876. 

974.749 G85 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 497 

Mohawk valley 

Earl, Robert. Mohawk river in history; a paper read before the Local history 

y J I- r Schenectady 

Herkimer county historical society, Sep. 8, 1896. 4p. n.p. n.d. connty 

974.761 qEa7 

Also in Herkimer connty historical society. Papers. 1896. p. 62-68, 
974.761 H4a, and in American historical rei/jgier, Oct.-Nov. 1896, 4: 571-82, 
973 qAmai. 

Mohawk valley and the palatines. 6p. n. p. 1898. 

974.74 Ea; 
Also in Herkimer county historical society. Papers. 1898. p. 57-62, 
974.761 H42 

:- Reminiscences concerning several persons connected with 

important historical events. 8p. n. p. 1896. N.Y. state lib. 
Also in Herkimer county historical society. Papers. 1896. p. 83-90, 
974.761 H42 

Kapp, Friedrich. Die Deutschen am Mohawk, {see his Geschichte 
der Deutschen im staate New York. 1869. p. 146-70) 

325.243 K14 

Mohawk country, {see Historical record, Schenectady) 974.7 qH62 
Jan.-Ap. 1872, 1 : 20-21, 32-34, 49-51, 65-68 

Papers relating to the Oneida country and Mohawk valley 1756-57. 
{see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of 
the state of New York) 1849-51. 1:507-34. 974.7 N424 

i8S°-Si- 1:327-43- 9747 qN423 

Smith, G ; W. The royal grant, {see Herkimer county historical 

society. Papers. 1897. p. 7-24) 974.761 H42 

Warren, Mrs M. S. The first settlers of the Mohawk valley, {see 
Herkimer county historical society. Papers. 1896. p. 36-43) 

974.761 H43 
Schenectady county 

For Van Curler and his journal, see Van Twiller, p. 336. 
Backus J. T. Discourse containing the history of the presbyterian 
church, Schenectady, during its first century and of a pastorate 
through a third of a century. 32P. Alb. 1869. 285.1747 Sch2 

Brief chronicle of the reformed Dutch church at Schenectady, {set 
Magazine of the reformed Dutch church, Feb. 1828, 2 1328-30) 

205 M27 



498 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Burning' of Schenectady, 1690, (j-^fi? Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany) 

•™"ty 1850-59. 4:240-74. 974743 M92 

Ed. 2. 1869-71. 4:226-59. 974.743 M921 

Carpenter, G: W. Account of the burning of Schenectady in 1690 
drawn up from manuscript records, (see Albany institute. Trans- 
actions. 1833-52. 2 : 263-74) N. Y. state lib. 

Darling, T. G. Historical sketch of the 1st presbyterian church, (see 
Pearson, Jonathan. History of the Schenectady patent. 1883. 
p.399-408) 974-744 qSch2 

The destruction of Schenectady, (see New York historical society. 
Collections. Publication fund ser. 1870. 2:165-76) 974-7 N42 

Ecclesiastical societies of Schenectady, (see Howell, G : R. & 
Tenney, Jonathan. History of the county of Schenectady, N. Y. 
1886. p. 86-113) 974.74.2 qH83 

Contents : Reformed nether Dutch church. 

St. George's church (episcopal). 

First Presbyterian. 

Glenville. (see Historical record. Schenectady, Feb. 1872, t : 43-48, 
62-6i^) 974-7 qH62 

Griffis, W : E. Historical discourse. (see Schenectady, N. Y. 
First reformed church. 200th anniversary. 1880. p.3i-53) 

285.7747 Sch2 

Holland society of New York. Bicentennial of the burning and 
massacre of Schenectady. (see ■ their Year book. 1890-91. 
p. 112-37) 974-7 qH7i 

Including lists of persons killed and taken prisoners. 

Howell, G : R. & Tenney, Jonathan. History of the county of 
Schenectady, N. Y. from 1662 to 1886. 2i8p. N. Y. 1886. 
(z;/ M^z> Bicentennial history of Albany. 1886) 974.742 qH83 

Landon, J. S. Schenectady, the provincial outpost of liberty, (see 
Powell, L. P. ed. Historic towns of the middle states. 1899. p. 71- 
106) 974.7 P87 

MacMurray, J. W. St George's church, episcopal. (see Pearson, 
Jonathan. History of the Schenectady patent. 1883. p. 389-98) 

974.744 qSch2 

Schenectady, (see Pearson, Jonathan. History of Schenectady 

patent. 1883. p. 436-40) 974-744 qSch2 

Various forms of the name. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 499 

Munsell, J. History of the county of Schenectady, 1662-1885. g°^';*nectld°y^ 
(see Howell, G: R. & Tenney, Jonathan. History of the county of<=™iity 
Schenectady, N. Y. p. 1-66) 974.742 qH83 

The noche triste. [see American historian and quarterly genealogical re- 
cord, Oct. 1875, 1:41-46) 973 Am3i 
Burning of Schenectadj', 1690. 

Papers relating to the invasion of New York and burning of Schenectady 
by the French, 1690. (see N . Y . {sta.ts) — State, Secretary of. Doc- 
umentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 1:283-312. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1:177-95- 974-7 qN423 

Contents: Receipt of news of burning of Schenectady in Albany. 
List of people killed and taken prisoners. 

Pearson, Jonathan. Adult freeholders, who settled in Schenectady 
before 1700, together with a description of their house lots and other 
possessions, (see Pearson, Jonathan. History of the Schenectady 
patent. 1883. p. 82-230) 974.744 qSch2 

Borough and city charter 1765 and 1798. (see his History of 

the Schenectady patent. 1883. p. 426-32) 974.744 qSch2 

Burning of Schenectady, (see his History of the Schenectady 



patent. 1883. p. 244-70) 974.744 qSch2 

- Contributions for the genealogies of the descendants of the first 
settlers of the patent and city of Schenectady from 1662 to 1800. 
324P. Alb. 1873. 929.1 P311 

Division of lands ; how the lands purchased by "Van Curler from 

the Mohawks in 1661 were divided among the first proprietors, (see 
his History of the Schenectady patent. 1883. p. 58-81) 

974.744 qSch2 

Extract from the doop-boek or baptismal register of the reformed 

protestant Dutch church of Schenectady, N. Y. (see New England 
historical and' genealogical register) 929.1 N422 

Ap.— Oct. 1864, 18:148-50, 231-37, 357-61 
Jan. 1865, 19:69-73 July 1866, 20:217-20 

Oct. 1865, 19:315-17 Ap. 1867, 21:128-31 

History of the church; some facts for the history of the Reformed 

protestant Dutch church of Schenectady, (see Schenectady -(N.Y.) 
Reformed church. 200th anniversary. 1880. p. 54-264) 

285.7747 Sch2 



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schfnecudy^ Pcarson, Jonathan. Introduction; historical sketch, (w/^m History 
'''""''' of the Schenectady patent. 1883. p. 1-57) 974.744 qSchz 

Notices of the ministers of the reformed protestant Dutch church 



of Schenectady, N. Y. (see New England historical and genealogi- 
cal record, July 1865, 19 : 204-6) 929.1 N422 

Old French war, 1744-48. (see his History of the Schenectady 

patent. 1883. p. 290-97) 974-744 qScha 

& MacMurray, J. W. Fortifications and garrisons, (see 

Pearson, Jonathan. History of the Schenectady patent. 1883. 
P- 304-33) 974-744 qSch2 

■ Indian trade, (see Pearson, Jonathan. History of the Schenec- 
tady patent, 1883. p. 409-25) 974-744 qScha 

Reformed nether Dutch church, (see Pearson, Jonathan. His- 
tory of the Schenectady patent. 1883. p. 334-88) 974.744 qSch2 

Pearson, Jonathan iSr" ^i'/zi?^j-. History of the Schenectady patent in 
the Dutch and English times ; being contributions toward a history 
of the lower Mohawk valley; ed. by J. W. MacMurray. 4669. 
Alb. 1883. 974.744 qSch2 

Political history of Schenectady county, (see Historical record Sche- 
nectady, Mar.-Ap. 1872, 1:58-59, 68-69) 974-7 qH62 

Sanders, John. Centennial address relating to the early history of 
Schenectady and its first settlers; delivered at Schenectady, July 4, 
1876. 346p. Alb. 1879. 974.744 Sa5 

Early settlers, p. 21-208. 

Schenectady, First reformed church. 200th anniversary of the 
First reformed protestant Dutch church of Schenectady, June 20th 
and 2ist, 1880. 264P. Schenectady 1880. 285.7747 Sch2 

Contents: Proceediugs, p. 7-29. 

Historical discourse by W: E. Griffls, p. 31-53. 
History of the churcli by Jonathan Pearson, p. 54-264. 

Schuyter, P. &" others. Account of the massacre at Schenectady in a 
letter dated Albany, 15th Feb. 1689-90. {see Whitmore, W: H. ed. 
Andros tracts. 1874. 3:114-20) 974-4 W59 

Letter from the convention of Albany to the government of 

Connecticut concerning the destruction of Schenectady, 1690. (see 
Magazine of American history, July 1883, 10: 65-68) 973 M27 



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Terhune, Mrs M.. V. (Hawes). Scotia, the Glen-Sanders house, ge^o^^arif"^ 
Schenectady, N. Y. {see her More colonial homesteads. 1899. ^o"^*? 
p. 155-86) 973.2 T271 

Toll, D. J. Narrative, embracing the history of two or three of the 
first settlers and their families of Schenectady, with a description of 
the winter evening visits, recreations and of the tea-parties of olden 
times. 57p. Schenectady 1847. 974.744 Sch2 

Van Rensselaer, Maunsell. Memoir of the French and Indian 
expedition against the province of New York which surprised and 
burned Schenectady, Feb. 9, 1689-90. [see New York historical 
society. Proceedings. 1846. p. 101-23) 974-7 N421 

Watson, J: F. First settlement of Schenectady, {see his Annals and 

occurrences of New York city and state. 1846. p. 26-34) 

974-7 W331 

. (.fd-^ Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany. 1850-59 9:116-23) 

974.743 M92 
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Schoharie county 
Danforth, G: L. Historical address, {see Middleburg (N. Y.) 
Reformed church. Centennial exercises. 1886. p. 9-40) 

285.7747 MsS 

Hawley, Gideon. Letter containing a narrative of his journey to 
Onohoghgwage in .1753. (see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. 
Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 3:1031-46. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 3:625-34. 974.7 qN423 

Travels through Schoharie county. 

Middleburg (N. Y.) Reformed church. Centennial exercises of the 
reformed Dutch church of Middleburg, N. Y. Aug. 19th, 1886. 
4op. Alb, 1886. 285.7747 M58 

Church organized before 1732 ; building erected 1786. 
Includes an historical address by G: L. Danforth. 

Papers relating to the manor of Livingston, including the ist setdement 
of Schoharie, 1680- 1795. (see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. 
Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 3:609-841. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 3:365-501. 974.7 qN423 



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Local history Roscoc, W: E. History of Schoharie county, N. Y. with illustrations 
and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pio- 
neers, 1713-1882. 47op. Syracuse 1882. 974.745 qR7i 

Simms, J. R. Frontiersmen of New York; showing customs of the 
Indians, vicissitudes of the pioneer white settlers and border strife in 
two wars, with a great variety of romantic and thrilling stories never 
before published. 2 v. Alb. 1882-83. 974-7 Si4 

Prerovolutionary history, 1 : 1-463. 
Keally a 2(1 edition of his History of Sehoharie county. 

History of Schoharie county and border wars of New York 

containing also a sketch of the causes which led to the American 
revolution ; and interesting memoranda of the Mohawk valley. 
672P. Alb. 1845. 974-745 Si4 

Colonial period p. 1-212. 

Falatines 

Account of the families of Germans settled upon Hudson's river in the 
province of New York, 17 18. (see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary 
of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 1-692-93, 974.7 N424 
1850-51. 1:470. 974.7 qN423 

Brown, J: M. Brief sketch of the first settlement of the county of 
Schoharie by the Germans. 23P. Schoharie 1823. 974.745 B81 

Cobb, S. H. The palatine or German immigration to New York and 
Pennsylvania, a paper read before the Wyoming historical and 
genealogical society. 3op. Wilkes-Barrd, Pa. 1897. 325.243 C63 

. Story of the palatines, an episode in colonial history. 319P. 

N. Y. 1897. N. Y. state lib, 

CroU, P. C. Conrad Weiser, the interpreter, {see American historicaJ 
register, Nov. 1894, i : 221-32) 973 qAm3i 

Earl, Robert. Mohawk valley and the palatines; an address delivered 

before the Herkimer county historical society, Nov. 12, 1898. 

6p. n. p. 1898. 974-74 Ea; 

Also in Herkimer county historical society. Papers. 1898. p. 57-62 

974.761 H42. 

Earl, Samuel. The palatines and their settlement in the valley of the 
Mohawk, {see Oneida historical society. Transactions. i88i. 
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Edgett, Mrs H. R. The palatines, {see Fort Orange monthly, June 
1886, 1 : 252-60) N. Y. state lib. 



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Ermentrout, Daniel. Our people in American history, (j,?,? Weiser, Lo^a' history 

-^ '^ J ^ ' Palat]ii08 

C. Z. Life of (John) Conrad Weiser. 1876. p. 408-39) 

923.9 W43 

Homes, H: A: The palatine emigration to England in 1709. 28p. 
Alb. 1871. 908 H75 

Includes a sketoli of their later history. 
From Transactions of tJie Albany institute. 1872. 7 : 106-31. 

Kalm, Peter. Treatment of the palatines in New York, {see Rupp, 
I. D. Collection of upwards of 30,000 names. 1876. p. 452) 

929.3 P38 

Kapp, Friedrich. Die erste Pfalzer niederlassung in Neuburg am 
Hudson; massenwuswanderung der Pfalzer im jahre 1709. {see k is 
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325.243 K14 

Die Pfalzisch-Schwabische zwangs-kolonie am obern Hudson ; 

and, Flucht der Deutschen nach und ansiedlung in Schoharie; die 
beiden Weiser, vater und sohn ; besiedlung des Schoharie thals. 
{see his Geschichte der Deutschen im staate New York. 1869. 
P-99-H5) 325-243 K14 

Lists of palatine emigrants to New York and Pennsylvania, {see 
Weiser, C. Z. Life of (John) Conrad Weiser. 1876. p. 393-400) 

923.9 W43 
Contents: Names of early settlers of Berks aud Montgomery counties, Pa. 
■who were naturalized, 1729-30. 

Names and ages of the heads of families remaining in the city 
ofN. Y. 1710. 

Names and ages of male children apprenticed by Gov. Hunter, 
1710-14. 

Names of male palatines, above 21 years old in Livingston 
manor, N. Y. in the winter of 1710 and summer 1711. 

Lord, E. L. Schemes for employing emigrant labor in the production 
of stores, {see her Industrial experiments in the British colonies of 
North America. 1898. p. 42-55) 338 L88 

Includes Governor Hunter's palatine experiments. 

Montgomery, M. L. Lecture on the Kfe and times of Conrad 
Weiser,the'ist representative man of Berks county. 37p. Reading, 
Pa. 1894? 920 W43 

Weiser monument, under auspices of board of trade of Reading : 

Life and times of Conrad Weiser, the ist representative man of 
Berks county. 36p. Reading, Pa. 1894 ? 920 W43 



504 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

PaiTtoes'""^ Papers relating to the manor of Livingston, including the ist settlement 

of Schoharie, 1680-1795. [see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. 

Documentary history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 3:609-841. 974.7 N424 

1850-51- 3:365-501- 974-7 qN423 

Papers relating to the palatines and to the first settlement of New 

Burgh, Orange county, {see N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. 

Documentary history of the state of New York.) 

1849-51. 3:539-607- 974-7 N424 

1850-51. 3:325-64. 974.7 qN423 

Rupp, I. D. Name, age and occupation of those who accompanied 
Rev. Joshua Kocherthal who settled on lands on Quassick creek, 
then Dutchess county, N. Y. in the spring of 1709. [see Rupp, 
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929.3 P38 

■ Names and ages of male children apprenticed by Gov. Hunter, 

1710 to 171 4. (see Rupp, I. D. Collection of upwards of 30,000 
names. 1876. p.445) 929-3 P38 

Names and ages of the heads of families in the city of New York, 

1710. {see Rupp, I. D. Collection of upwards of 30,000 names. 
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Names of male palatines above 21 years old in Livingston manor, 



N. Y. in the winter 1710 and summer 1711. {see Rupp, I. D. Col- 
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Ruttetiber, E: M. The palatine parish by Quassaig. {see his History 
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Thompson, J:B. Palatines in Ulster county, N. Y. {see Historical 
magazine, Jan. 1871, ser. 2, 9: 15-17) 973 H62 v.19 

Todd, C: B. Robert Hunter and the settlement of the palatines, 
1 710-19. {see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New 
York. 1892-93. 2:121-50) 974-71 qW69 

Also in National magazine, Feb. 1893, 17:287-309, 973 M271. 

Story of the palatines, (see Lippincott's magazine. Mar. 1883, 

31:242-52) O51 L3I 

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NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 505 

Weiser, Conrad. Authentic autobiography, {see Weiser, C. Z. r°f^'„''^^nS^ 
Liie of (John) Conrad Weiser. 1876. p. 440-49). 923.9 W43 

• Copy of a family register in the handwriting of Conrad 

Weiser translated from the German by H. H. Muhlenberg. 
{see Pennsylvania historical society. Collections. 1853. i : 1-6) 

974.8 P38S 

Weiser, C. Z. Life of (John) Conrad Weiser, the German pioneer, 
patriot and patron of two races. 449p. Reading Pa. 1876. 

923.9 W43 
Lists of emigrants to New York and Peansylvania, p. 391-400. 

Montgomery county 
Frey, S. L. An old Mohawk valley house, {see Magazine of Amer- 
ican history, May 1882, 8 : 337-45) 973 M27 
Built by Henry Frey, 1739 in Montgomery county. 

Frothingham, Washington, ed. History of Montgomery county. 
4S°+349P- Syracuse 1892. 974-746 qF93 

Family sketoties, pt 2, p. 1-325. 

History of Montgomery and Fulton counties, N. Y. 252P. N. Y. 
1878. 974.746 fH62 

Patent of Tiononderoga. {see Munsell, Joel. Collections on the 
history of Albany. r865-7i. 1:355-69) 974.743 qM92 

Queen Anne's chapel, Fort Hunter, N. Y. {see Putnam's monthly 
historical magazine, r893-94, ser. 2, 2: 226) 929.1 qSa3r v.4 

Reid, W. M. Ye history of St Ann's church in ye city of Amsterdam, 
N. Y. and its original. Queen Anne's chapel at Fort Hunter, in ye 
Mohawk country, 1712-1897. 38p. Amsterdam N. Y. 1897. 

283.747 Am3 
Fulton county 

Frothingham, Washington, ed. History of Fulton county embracing 
early discoveries ; the advance of civilization ; the labors and 
triumphs of Sir William Johnson ; the inception and development 
of the glove industry ; with town and local records. 63S + 177P. 
Syracuse 1892. 974-747 qF93 

History of Montgomery and Fulton counties, N. Y. 2S2p. N. Y. 
1878. 974-746 fH62 

Fnlton county, p. 173-241. 



506 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Lossitig, B. J : Johnson Hall, in the Mohawk valley, {see Potter's 
ooanty American monthly, Jan. 1875, 4 : 1-7) 973 qAm3 

Terhune, Mrs M.. V. (Hawes). Johnson Hall, Johnstown, N. Y. 
(j^tf ^(f/- More colonial homesteads . 1899, p. 1-64) 973-2 T271 

Herkimer county 
Benton, N. S. History of Herkimer county, including the upper 
Mohawk vall'ey, from the earliest period to the present time. 
497p. N. Y. 1856. 974-761 B44 

Biographical sketches of the palatine families, p. 129-97. 

Cox, H : M. History of the reformed church of Herkimer, N. Y. 
from the settlement of Herkimer county in 1723. 77p. Her- 
kimer 1886. * 285.7747 H42 

Earl, Robert. Fort Herkimer; an address delivered before the 
Herkimer county historical society, Oct. 8, 1898. 3p. n. p. 
1898. , N. Y. state lib. 

Also Herkimer county historical society. Papers. 1898. p. 47-49. 

974.761 H42 

John Jost Herkimer; an address delivered before the Herkimer 

county historical society, Jan. 11,1898. 7p. n. p. 1898. 

920 H42 
Also Herkimer county historical society. Papers. 1898. p. 5-8. 

974.761 H42 

Hardin, G: A. & Willard, F. H. ed. History of Herkimer county, 
N. Y. illustrated with portraits of many of its citizens. 550-4- 276P. 
Syracuse 1893. 974.761 qH2i 

Family sketches, pt 2, p. 1-253. 

Herkimer county historical society. Papers for 1896-98 compiled 
by A. T. Smith. Herkimer 1899. ' 974.761 H42 

History of Herkimer county, N. Y. 289P. N. Y. 1879. 

974.761 fH62 

Oneida county 

Durant, S: W. comp. anon. History of Oneida co. N. Y. with 

illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent 

men and pioneers. 678P. Phil. 1878. 974.7^2 qD93. 

Hartley, I: S. Fort Schuyler in history, {see Oneida historical society. 
Transactions. 1881-84. p. 168-89) 974' 762 Onz 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 507 

Papers relating to Fort Stanvvix. {see N.Y. (state)— State, Secretary of. Northern^""'' 
Documentary history of the state of New York) ^^^ '^"''^ 

1849-51. 4:521-28. 974.7 N424 
1850-51. 4:323-26. 974.7 qN423 

Wager, D. E. Forts Stanwix and Bull and other forts at Rome, {see 
Oneida historical society. Transactions. 1885-86. p. 65-77) 

974,762 On2 

Northern New York 

Including counties of Franklin, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence 
Curtis, Gates, ed. Our country and its people; a memorial record of 
St Lawrence county, N. Y. 3 pts. in i. Syracuse 1894 

974.756 C94 

Durant, S: W. & Peirce, H: B. anon. 1797; history of Jefferson 
county, N. Y. with illustrations and biographical sketches of some 
of its prominent men and pioneers. S93P« Phil. 1878. 

974-757 qD93 

Hough, F. B: History of Jefferson county in the state of New York 
from the earliest period to the present time. 6oip. Alb. 1854. 

974.757 H81 

History of St Lawrence and Franklin counties, N. Y. from 

the earliest period to the present time. 719P. Alb. 1853. 

974.756 H8i 

Thousand islands of the river St Lawrence ; with descriptions of 

their scenery and historical notices of events with which they 
are associated. 307P. Syracuse 1880. 974.758 H81 

Colonial period, p. 9-51, 97-106. 

Hurd D. H. anon. History of Clinton and Franklin counties, N. Y. 
with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men 
and pioneers. 5o8p. Phil. 1880. 974-754 qH93 

Franklin county, p. 375-508. 

Sylvester, N. B. Historical sketches of northern New York and the 
Adirondack wilderness; including traditions of the Indians, early 
explorers, pioneer settlers, hermit hunters, etc. 3i6p. Troy 1877. 

974-75 Sy5 

Watson, W. C. Occupation of the Champlain valley, {see American 
historical record. May 1872, i : 200-4) 973 qAm3 



508 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Lakes George and Champlain 

Local history Inolnding counties of Clinton, Essex, Warren, Washington 

Lakea Georpe 

Bud Ciampiain games, Melviii, anon. Reminiscences of Lake Champlain. (see his 

Reprint of a short biography of Col. Ebenezer Allen. 1852. p.20- 

32) 923-57 AlS2 

Battle of Lake George, {see Atlantic monthly, Oct, 1884, 54 : 444-56) 

05 1 At6 

Bibliography and cartography [of Lake George], {see Society for the 
preservation of scenic and historic places and objects. Annual 
report. 1900, p. 65-68) N. Y. state lib. 

Butler, B: C. Lake George and Lake Champlain from their first dis- 
covery to 1759. 240P. Alb. 1868. 974-75 B97 
Devoted mostly to the events of the wars between French and English 
colonists. 

Canfield, T: H. Discovery, navigation and navigators of Lake Cham- 
plain. {see Hemmenway, A. M. Vermont historical gazetteer. 
1867-91. 1:656-707) 974.3 H37 

Cook, Joseph. Home sketches of Essex county, first number; Ticon- 
deroga. 139P. Keeseville 1858. 974-753 T43 

Dayne, M. A. Ticonderogue-Fort Carillon, {see American monthly 
magazine, Oct, 1896, 9 : 319-27) 973-3 Am3 

De Costa, B: F. Lake George; its scenes and characteristics, with 
ghmpses of the olden times, to which is added some account of 
Ticonderoga. i8ip. N. Y. 1868. 917.4751 D35 

Colonial period, p. 72-119. 

Narrative of events at Lake George, from the early colonial 

times to the close of the revolution. 74p. N. Y. 1868. 

974.751 qD35 
75 copies printed. 



. — Notes on the history of Fort George during the colonial and revo- 
lutionary periods, with contemporaneous documents. 78p, N. Y. 

1871. 974.751 

Colonial period, first nine pages. 

George 3, king of Great Britain. Patent of the town of Queeusbury, 
N. Y. 1762. {^see Historical magazine, Oct. 1867, ser. 2, 2 : 237-40) 

973 H62 v. 12 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 509 

Holden, A. W. History of the town of Queensbury in the state of Local history 

■^ Lakes Georgs 

New York with biographical sketches of many of its distinguished "'"^ Champrain 
men and some account of the aborigines of northern New York. 
Sigp. Alb. 1874. 974-751 Q3 

Includes much about Lake George and Lake Champlain. 

Hurd, D. H. anon. History of Clinton and Franklin counties, N. Y. 
with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men and 
pioneers. So8p. Phil. 1880. 974.754 qH93 

Marvin, Henry. Complete history of Lake George; embracing a 
great variety of information and compiled with an especial reference 
to meet the wants of the traveling community; intended as a ^ 

descriptive guide, together with a complete history and present 
appearance of Ticonderoga. io2p. N. Y. 1853. 917.4751 M36 
Guide book, with chapters on historic events connected with the lake in 
French wars. 

N.Y. (state) - Historian. Muster rolls of a century; from 166410 
1760. (see /lis AnnnaX repori. 1897. 2:371-956) 974-7 N42S 
Includes muster rolls of the battle of Lake George. 

Palmer, P: S. History of Lake Champlain from its first exploration 
by the French in 1609 to close of the year 1814. 223P. Plattsburg 
1853. 974754 P18 

276P. Alb. 1866, <"53. 974-754 PiSi 

Papers relating to the French seigniories on Lake Champlain. (see 

N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state 

of New York) 1849-51. 1:535-86. 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1:345-76- 974-7 qN423 

Parkman, Francis. Historic handbook of the northern tour; Lakes 
George and Champlain; Niagara; Montreal; Quebec. i8op. 
Bost. 1885. 973 P23 

Smith, H. P. ed. History of Essex county, with illustrations and 
biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. 
754p. Syracuse 1885. 974-753 qSms 

Society of colonial wars-New York state society. Account of 
the battle of Lake George, Sep. 8, 1755; compiled by the committee 
on historical documents and Lake George memorial committee 
of the society, iSp. N. Y. 1897. 973-2 qSoi 

Thompson, B: F. Battle of Ticonderoga, 1758. (see New York 
historical society. Proceedings. 1847. p. 112-17) 974.7 N421 



5IO NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

Local history Torrcy, J. Discovery and occupation of Lake Champlain. {see 
NewYork Vermont historical society. Proceedings, i860, p. 13) 

N. Y. state lib. 

Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt. Historical discourse on the occasion 
of the centennial celebration of the battle of Lake George, 1755, 
delivered at the court-house, Caldwell, N. Y. Sep. 8, 1855, with 
notes and a map. 8op. Phil. 1856. 908 V35 

Watson, W. C. General view and agricultural survey of the county 
of Essex, (see New York state agricultural society. Transactions. 
1853. 12:649-898) 630.6 Kz 

Prerevolutionary bistory, p. 649-92. 

Military and civil history of the county of Essex, N. Y. and a 

general survey of its physical geography, its mines and minerals and 
industrial pursuits. S04p. Alb. 1869. 974-753 W33 

■ Occupation of the Champlain valley, {see American historical 

record, May 1872, i : 200-4) 973 ^^.113 

ed. b' comp. Pioneer history of the Champlain valley being an 



account of the settlement of the town of Willsborough by William 
Gilliland together with his journals and other papers and a memoir 
and historical and illustrative notes. 231P. Alb. 1863. 

974-753 W68 
Williams, Thomas. Campaigns against Crown Point in 1755 and 
1756; correspondence of Dr Thomas Williams, a surgeon in the 
army, (see Historical magazine, 1857-75, ^^r. 2, 7 : 209-16) 

973 H62 V.17 

Central New York 

Including counties of Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, OsweKO,Tioga, 
Tompkins 

Bartram, John. Observations on the inhabitants, climate, soil, rivers, 
productions, animals and other matters worthy of notice, made in 
his travels from Pensilvania to Onondaga, Oswego and the Lake 
Ontario in Canada, to which is annexed a curious account of the 
cataracts at Niagara by Mr Peter Kalm. 94P. Lond. 1751. 

917.47 B28 

Geneva N. Y. 1895. 917-47 ^281 

300 copies reprinted from the London edition of 1751. 
Bruce, D. H. Onondaga's centennial; gleanings of a century. 2v. 

Bost. 1896. 974.765 qB83 

Relations of tbe Englisli with the Indians, 1 : 82-134. 



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Churchill, J: C, Smith, H. P. & Child, W. S. ed. Landmarks of Local history 

' ' ' ' Central 

Oswego county, N. Y. 8S4+72 + 348P. Syracuse 1895. New rork 

974.767 qC47 

Clark, G; T. Oswego; an historiral address delivered July 15, 1896 
at the centennial celebration of the evacuation by the British of 
Fort Ontario, Oswego, N. Y. and their surrender of the military 
posts of the northern frontier to the United States. 26p. n.p. 
1896. 974-767 Cs4 

Clark, J. V. H. Onondaga; or, Reminiscences of earlier and later 
times ; being a series of historical sketches relative to Onondaga; 
with notes on the several towns in the county, and Oswego. 2 v. 
Syracuse 1849. 974.765 C54 

Geddes, George. Report on the agriculture and industry of the 

county of Onondaga, state of New York with an introductory 

account of the aborigines. i4op. Alb. i860. 917.4765 G26 

From the Transaotions of the New York state agricultural society, 1859. 

History, p. 5-19. 

Goodwin, H. C. Pioneer history; or Cortland county and the border 
wars of New York from the earliest period to the present time. 
4S6p. N. Y. 1859. N. Y. pub. lib. 

Hammond, Mrs L. M. History of Madison county, state of New 
York. 774P- Syracuse 1872. 974.764 HiS 

Harris, G: H. Aboriginal occupation of the lower Genesee country. 
96p. Rochester 1844. 974.788 qH24 

This work comprises the first 15 chapters of the Semi-centennial history of 
Rochester, ed. by W;F. Peck. 

Johnsonj Crisfield, comp. anon. History of Oswego county, N. Y. 
with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its promi- 
nent men and pioneers. 449P- Phil. 1877. 974.767 qJ62 

Jones, M. M. Lieutenant-colonel James F. Mercer and the fall of 
Oswego in 1756. (see Potter's American monthly, Sep. 1876, 
7:178-83) 973 qAm3 

A scrap of early Oswego (New York) history, {see Potter's 

American monthly, Nov. 1875, 5 : 832-33) 973 qAm3 

Mulford, H: D. Onondaga county centennial; historical address 
prepared at the request of the Onondaga historical association and 
delivered in the reformed Dutch church, Syracuse, N. Y. Sunday, 
May 27; 1894. 28p. Syracuse 1894. 974-76s Sy8 



512 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

8°"' ^'""'^ Papers relating to the first settlement and capture of Fort Oswego, 
NewYork 1727-56. {si^ N. Y. (state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary 

history of the state of New York) 

1849-51. 1:441-506 974.7 N424 

1850-51. 1:287-326. 974.7 qN423 

First settlement of the English in western New York. 

Relation de la prise des forts de Choueguen ou Oswego; et de ce qu 
s'est pass6 cette ann6e en Canada. Grenoble. 1756. 
Grolier club no. 275, p.91. 

Smith, W;H: Pelham papers ; loss of Oswego, (jif^ American histori- 
cal association. Papers. 1890. 4:367-79) 973 Am32 

Southern central New York 

Including counties of Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Otsego, Sullivan 
Campbell, D. M. Sketch of the history of Oneonta. 67p. Oneonta 
1883. 974 774 On2 

Campbell, W: W. & Sfeward, W; H; Centennial celebration at 
Cherry Valley, Otsego county, N. Y. July 4, 1840, the addresses of 
Campbell and Seward with letters, toasts, etc. 59P. N. Y. 1840. 

974.774 C42 

Gould, Jay. History of Delaware county and border wars of New 
York containing a sketch of the early settlements in the county, 
426p. Roxbury N. Y.? 1856. 974-736 .G73 

History of Delaware county, N. Y. with illustrations, biographical 
sketches and portraits of some pioneers and prominent residents. 
363P. N. Y. 1880. 974.736 fH62 

County was organized 1797, but many of the towns were settled earlier. 

Papers relating to the Susquehannah river, 1683-1757. {see N. Y. 
(state) — State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of 
New York) 1849-51. 1:391-420. 974-7 N424 

1850-51. I : 257-74. 974.7 qN423 

Includes map of the head waters of the Susquehanna and Delaware; em- 
bracing early patents on south side of the Mohawk river 1790. 

Sawyer, John. History of Cherry Valley from 1740-1898. 156?. 
Cherry Valley 1898. 974-774 C423 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 513 

Western New York 

Inclading connties of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chemung, Genesee, Living- Local historjr 
ston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Steuben, Wayne, Wyoming, j^^^ yj^jj 
Yates 

Barton, J. L. Address on the early reminiscences of Western New 
York and the lake region of country, delivered before the Young 
men's association of Buffalo, Feb. 16, 1848. 69P. Buffalo 
1848. 97478 B28 

Conover, G: S. ^d. History of Ontario county, N. Y. with illustrations 
and family sketches of some of the prominent men and famiUes, 
comp. by L : C. Aldrich, 518+396P. Syracuse 1893. 

974.786 qCyS 

Doty, L. L. History of Livingston county, N. Y. from its earliest 
traditions to its part in the war for our union, with an account of 
the Seneca nation of Indians and biographical sketches of earliest 
settlers and prominent public men ; to which is prefixed a bio- 
graphical introduction by A. J. H. Duganne. 685P. Geneseo 
1876. 974-785 D74 

O'Reilly, Henry. Settlement in the west; sketches of Rochester; 
with incidental notices of western New York. 4i6p. Rochester 
1838. 974.789 Or3 

Parker, il/>-.f P. J. (Marsh). Rochester ; a story historical. 4i2p. 
Rochester 1884. 974789 P22 

Early pages give sketch of vicinity of Rochester before its settlement in 
1812. 

Peck, W: F. Semicentennial history of the city of Rochester ; with 
illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent 
men and pioneers. 736?- Syracuse 1884. 974.789 qP33 

Turner, Orsamus. History of the pioneer settlement of Phelps and 
Gorham's purchase, and Morris' reserve ; embracing the counties 
of Monroe, Ontario, Livingston, Yates, Steuben, most of Wayne 
and Alleghany and parts of Orleans, Genesee and Wyoming with a 
supplement of the pioneer history of Monroe county. 624P. 
Rochester 185 1. 974-78 T8si 

History of the pioneer settlement' of Phelps and Gorham's pur- 
chase, and Morris' reserve, to which is added a supplement or 
continuation of the pioneer history of Ontario, Wayne, Livingston, 
Yates and Allegany. s88p. Rochester 1852. 974-78 T85 
Purchase was made in 1788, but the introductory pages contain much pre- 
levolutionary history. 



514 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

LakeErie'""^^ Tumcr, Ofsamus. Pioneer history of the Holland purchase of western 

and Niagara New York, embracing somc account of the ancient remains. 670P. 

Buffalo 1850. 974-79 T85 

ContaiDs much early history of Mrestern New York. 

666p. Buffalo 1849. 974-79 T852 



Lake Erie and Niagara 

Including counties of Chautauqua, Erie, Ningara 

For list of early descriptions of Niagara Falls see 

A few words regarding the falls of Niagara, (see N. Y. (state) — Niagara reser- 
vation. Commissioners, Annual report. 1894. 10:72-107) 711 N421 

Briggs, Erasmus. History of the original town of Concord, being the 
present towns of Concord, Collins, N. Collins and Sardinia, Erie 
county, N. Y. 977p. Rochester 1883. 974.796 C74 

History of Fort Niagara, 1668-1759. {see Historical magazine, Nov. 
1864, 8:367-72) 973 H62 

History of Niagara county, N. Y. 397p. N, Y. 1878. 

974.798 qH62 

Johnson, Crisfield. Centennial history of Erie county, N. Y. being its 
annals from the earliest recorded events to the looth year of Ameri- 
can independence. 51 zp. Buffalo 1876. 974.796 J63 

Journal of the siege of Niagara, 1759, translated from the French, (see 
Historical magazine, 1869, ser. 2, 5 :i97-99) 973 H62 v.15 

Kalm, Peter. Letter to his friend in Philadelphia, containing a particu- 
lar account of the great fall of Niagara, {see Bartram, John. Obser- 
vations. 1751. P-79-95) 9i7'47 B28 
Dated 1750. 

Ketchum, William. Authentic and comprehensive history of Buffalo, 
comprising historic notices of the six nations or Iroquois Indians, 
including a sketch of the life of Sir William Johnson. 2v. Buffalo 
1864-65. 974-797 K:49 

Mostly history of Seneca Indians. 

Marshall, O. H. The Niagara frontier; embracing sketches of its 
early history, and Indian, French and English local names; read be- 
fore the Buffalo historical club, Feb. 27th, 1865. 46p. Buffalo 
1865? 974-798 M3S 

Printed for private circulation. 



NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 515 

Marshall, O. H. The Niagara frontier, {see Buffalo historical society. ]2^^ly^"^ 
Publications. 1880. 2:395-429) 974-797 B86 "id i*i»8ara 

(5^^ Munsell, Joel. Historical series. 1887. 15:275-320) 

N. Y. state lib. 

Mixer, M. E. Fort Erie and the mouth of the Niagara river, [see 
Magazine of Western history, Ap. 1886, 3 : 711-26) 973 M271 

Porter, A. H. anon. Historical sketch of Niagara from 1678 to 1876. 

5ip. n.p. n.d. 974-798 P83 

Porter, P: A. Brief history of Old Fort Niagara. 84p. Niagara 

Falls 1896. 974.798 F77 

Champlain not Cartier made the first reference to Niagara falls 

in literature. i5p. Niagara Falls "1899. 974.799 qP83 

A short history and description of Fort Niagara, with an account of its 
importance to Great Britain, written by an English prisoner, 1758; 
ed. by P. L. Ford. i8p. Brooklyn 1890. 974.798 

Wiley, S: T. & Garner, W. S. Biographical and portrait cyclo- 
pedia of Niagara county, N. Y. 640P. Phil. 1892. 

920.074798 qW64 
Sketch of colonial history of the region, p. 17-46. 

Young, A. W. History of Chautauqua county, N. Y. from its first 
settlement to the present time with numerous biographical and 
family sketches. 672P. Buffalo 1875. 974.795 Y8 

Early history of Chautauqua by Obed Edson. 



INDEX 



The superior figures tell the i-xact place on the page in ninths; e. g. 362' 
means page 3C>2, beginning- in the third ninth of the page, i. e. about one 
third of the way down. 



Abbott, J: S. (_'. I'eter Stuyvesaiit, 

Aitzema, Leo de. Extracts from liis 
History of the United provinces 
relating to New Netherland, 337' 

Albany, 488'-95*; buildings, 492'; 
bylaws, -400'; charters, 491'; 
church records, 492°-93^ city 
records, 490'-9r; description, 
493"; Dutch period, 490'; Eng- 
lish period, 490''-91°; Indian 
trade, 491=; localities. 492'; 
mayors, 4S!l'; names, 389'; 
records, 490°; religious history, 
494'-9.5'; residents, 4'J2'"'^93-. 

Albany, First Lutheran church. 
Manual, 494'. 

Albany. Reformed Protestant Dutch 
church. Baptisms, 402\ 

ricaciiii's account book liil'hj- 

1715, 494-'. 

Albany county, 4Sri'-'.ri'; jiopulation, 
4Nir-8T-; records, 485'. 

Albany gazette, 4(J4'. 

Albany institvite. Proposed erec- 
tion of local historical monu- 
ments, 4.S8\ 

Transactions, 2!>4-. 

Alden, Mrs C. M. (Westover). Man- 
hattan, 431'. 

Alexander, James, 3<i2', 3(;3"-<i4', 
366=. 

Denial concerning Hon. 

(;eorgi' Clarke, 3fW'. 

& Smith, William. Arguments 



of council in suit against Rip 
Van Dam, 362°. 

Complaint to committee of 

Keneral assembly, 864*. 



•Vlexander, S. 1). Presbytery of 

New York, 395'. 
Alexander, William. Conduct of 

Major Gen. Sliirlcy, 372". 
Allegany county, 513'-14-'. 
Allison, Ix'ir. C: E. Yonkers, 471°. 
Almon, John. Papers relative to 

dispuU- between Great Britain 

and America, 375^-76'. 
.Alphen. D. C. van. Dissertatio 

historico-politica de Novo Belgio 

colonia quondam nostratium, 321'' 
Amboyna tragedy, 340'. 
Aiuienia, 47(1'. 
American antiquarian society. 

Archaeologi.-i Americana, 401", 

402". 

Proceedings, 294^ 

American chronicle, 4-03''. 
American gazetteer, 369'. 
American historian and (luarterly 

genealogical record, 294". 
American historical association. 

Annual report, 294'. 

I';ipcrs, 294'. 

American historical association — 

Historical manuscripts commis- 
sion. Annual reports, 3U1'. 
American historic.-il magazine and 

liter.'iry record, 294\ 
American historical record and re- 

pertorj' of notes and (luerics, 294°. 
American historical register and 

monthly gazette of the patriotic- 

hereditar.y societies, 294'. 
American historical review, 294'. 
American monthly magazine, 2'.)4\ 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



517 



Amsterclam-Burgermeesteren. Con- 
ditien die gepresenteert aen 
coloniers na Nienw Nedei'landt, 
330f', 338'. 

Anderson, J. S. M. Church of 
England In colonies of British 
empire, 393'. 

Andrews, W: L. Bradford map, 
415'. 

Andros, Gov. Edmund, 340"-5O'. 

Answers to enquiries about 

New York, 349". 

New Lots patent, 448'. 

Annual register, 870-. 

Anthony, Elliott. Patroon.s. 3S8''. 

Story of the Empire state, 

304=. 

Argall, Capt. Samuel, 326". 

Arms (ship), voyage, 4O0-. 

Arnoux, W: H: Discovery and 
settlement of New Y'ork con- 
sidered in its legal aspect, :;!2r. 

Dutch in America, 321". 

Arthur, T. S. & Carpenter, W: H. 

New Y'ork, 30o\ 

Articulen van vrede tusschen Karel 
de tweede ende de staten general 
der Vereenighde Nederlantsche 
provintien, 34A'. 

Asher, G; M. Books, maps, etc. 
mentioned in Henry Hudson the 
navigator, 297". 

Dutch books and pamphlets 

relating to New Netherland, 297*, 
321^ 

• Henry Hudson the naviga- 
tor, 818'. 

Maps and charts of New 



Netherland. 292^ 
Atkins, T: A. Adriaen van der 

Donck, 330'. 
■ Indian wars and uprising of 

1655, 338», 471'. 
■ Manor of Philipsburgh, 465'. 



Atwood, William, 356'. 
Backus, J. T. Presbyterian church, 
Schenectady, 497'. 



Bacon, E. M. Chronicles of Tarry- 
town and Sleepy Hollow, 467°. 

Bailey, H. D. B, Local tables and 
historical sketches, Dutchess 
county, 475°. 

Bailey, J. T. Brooklyn, 444\ 

Baird, C: "\V. Bedford church, 4)(37-. 

Births and marriages, Bed- 

toi\L, 467"-. 

Clironicles of a border town, 



470'. 

Churches in province of 

New York in 1700, 392=. 

Civil status of presbyterians 

in province of New York, 39.!i~. 

Harrison, 468°. 

Histoire des r6fugi§s Hugue- 
nots en Amerique, 383°. 

Huguenot emigration to 



America, 3S3-. 

Pierre Daille, 433'. 

Rye, 470". 

Westchester county mar- 



riag-e records, 465'. 

Baker, C: D. First reformed Dutch 
church, Brooklyn, 444". 

Ballard, F. W. Huguenot settlers 
of New York city, 425=. 

Bancroft, George. United States, 
321«, 341*. 

Banks, A. B. Albany bicentennial, 
488". 

Banta, T. JI. Who founded New 
York, 325". 

Banvard, Joseph. First explorers 
of North America, 315°. 

Banyar, Goldsbrow. Diary, 373'. 

Barber, J: W. History and an- 
tiquities of New England, New 
York and New Jersey, 304°. 

Pictorial history of state 

of New York, SW. 

& Howe, Henry. Histori- 
cal collections of state of New 
York, 406'. 

Bardsen, Ivar. Sailing directions 
of Henry Hudson, 318°. 



51-^ 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



B.irnai-(1, I). D. Colony and manor 
of Rensselaerswyck, 483'. 

Stephen Van Rensselaer, 

483°. 

Barnes, Jlelvin. Beniiniscences of 
Lake Champlain, TjOS'. 

Reprint of a short biography 

of Col. Ebenezer Allen, 508'. 

Barnes, S: C. Wallahout and the 

Wiallabouters, 445\ 
Barnes, T. W. Settlement and 

early history of Albany, 4.SS\ 

Souvenir of Albany bicen- 
tennial, 488". 

Barrett, .Joseph. Bedford, 407'. 

Newcastle, 409'. 

& Horton, AY. H. North 

Castle, 470^ 

Barton, J. L. Early reminiscences 
of western New York, 513=. 

Bartram, F. S. Bctrographs, 406''. 

Bartrani, John. Observations on 
travels from Pensilvania to On- 
ondaga, 510'. 

Battershall, W. W. Albany, 488". 

Baudartius, Gulielmus. First emi- 
grants to New Netherland, 384°. 

Baxter, Jllrs K. S. (Malcolm). A 
godchild o* Washington, 308'. 

Bayard, Nicholas, .",40-, ;W0', 3.">i;', 
356", 357-. 

& lyudowick, Charles. Jour- 
nal of late ac-tions of French at 
Canada, :',')V. 

Bayles, R: M. Brookhaven, 4ri.T. 

Richmond coiinly, Staten 

Island, 4f:2". 

Riverhi-nd. 4."i0'. 

Suffolk county, 4."4'. 

i'.:i\TT^','~r-~R- Catholic chun-li in 

New Yoi-k, 4;;;;-. 
I'li'ach, Lewis. Cornwall, 473'. 
Lcnrdsley, E. E: Life and C(jn'es- 

pondence (if S;Mnnid Joliuson. 

415\ 



Beauchamp, ^\■. M. Indian names 
in New Y'ork, 388". 

The Iroijuois and colony of 

New York, 3(«'. 

Beck. J. B. American medicine be- 
fore revolution, 404'. 

Bedford, 4(i7=- 

Beeeher, Lyman. Sermon contain- 
ing history of East Hiimpton, 
456". 

Beekman, A. J. Coi-poration of re- 
formed Dutch church, Brooklyn, 
445'. 

Beekman, J. W: Founders of New 
York, 322'. 

Belden, E. P. New York, 406". 

Belknap, Jeremy. Biographies of 
early discoverers of America, 
315", 319\ 

Dc Jlonts, Poutrincourt, and 

Champlain, 315". 

Henry Hudson, 319'. 



Bellamy, B. W. Governor's Island, 

420=. 
Bellomont, earl of, 3o4'-56\ 
B'encke's and Evertsen's charter, 

410". 
Benjamin, Marcus. Thomas Don- 

gan and gi-anting of New York 

chai-ter, 350'. 
Benson, Egbert. Memoir read be- 
fore Historical society of state of 

New York, 388»-89=. 
Bi'uton, N. S. Herkimer county, 

506', 
Bergen, T. G. Address on annals 

of New Utrecht, 449'. 

Contributions to history of 

early settlers of King's county, 
443'. 

Early immigrants to New 

Netherland, 3.84'. 

I']:i,rly settlers of Kings 

county, 385', 443"'. 

New rirecht, 440". 

Bernhr'im, A. C. Itehitions of city 

and stnte of New York. 4/JO''. 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAT, HISTORY 



519 



Berviau, M'illiam. Trinity clmi'cb, 
4S3». 

Beschryvingie van ceuige knsten in 
OoSt en "West Indien; als Zueri- 
name, Nienw-Nederland, Florida, 
346«. 

Beschryvinglie van Yirginia, Nieuw 
Nederlandt, Niemv Eugelandt en 
d'eylanden Bermudes, Berbados 
en S. Christoffel, 327". 

Betts, B. R. Inscriptions in church- 
yard at Jamaica, 452°. 

Beverningk, Hieronymns van. Ver- 
bael door H. van Beverningli, 
W. Nienport, J. van de Peere en 
A. P. Jongestal ambassadeurs 
van de staeten generael aen de 
republyli van Bngelandt waer in 
gevonden werdt de vrede- 
handelinge met gemelde republik, 
33&'. 

Beyard, Nicholas, see Bayaed, Nich- 
olas. 

Bibliographies consulted, 29'7*-300°. 

Bishop, O. F. Elections in Ameri- 
can colonies, SIS'. 

Bisland, Elizabeth. Old Green- 
wich, 420". 

Bixby, G. F. First battle of Lake 
Champlain, 316'. 

Black, G: A. Municipal ownership 
of land on Manhattan Island, 
406'. 

Blake, W: J. Putnam co^unty, 477''. 

Blaney, J. M. First presbyterian 
church of Albany, 494\ 

Blenman, Jonathan, 366'. 

Blome, Richard. Brlttania, 343". 

Jamaica, 346'. 

L'Amerique anglaise, 347''. 

Present state of his majes- 
ties isles and territories in 
America, 346". 

Blooming Grove, 473'. 
Blue laws of New Haven colony, 
339". 



Boardman, G: !>. Early printing 
in middle colonies, 400°. 

Bobin, Isaac. Letters, 360'. 

Bogaert, Johannes. Letters relat- 
ing to e.xi)edition of Gov. Stuy- 
vesant against Fort Casimir, 338°. 

Bogaxdus, Anneke Janse, see Janse, 
Anneke. 

Bogardus, Everardus, 439'. 

Bolton, L'rr. Robert. County of 
Westchester, 465'. 

— Guide to New Eochelle, 469°. 

• Protestant episcopal church 

in county of Westchester, 465". 

Towns, manors and patents 



of county of Westchester, 466*. 
Bond, L. A. Old and new Saratoga, 

495-'. 
Bonuey, Mrs C. V. (Van Rens- 
selaer). Legacy of historical 

gleanings, 308°. 
Booth, yi.. L. City of New York, 

406'. 
Bosworth, F. H. The doctor in Old 

New York, 481^ 
Boundary disputes, 292^ 342°. 
Bowden, James. Society of friends 

in America, 396°. 
Bowen, L. P. Days of Francis 

Makemie, 433°. 
Bowne, John. Persecution of an 

early friend or quiaker, 396'. 
Bradford, William, 401*, 402', 402', 

415*. 
Bradford bicentenarj-, 400°. 
Bradstreet, Col. John, expedition to 

Fort Frontenac, 373'. 
Biiggs, C: A: American presby- 

terianism, 39.5°. 
Puritanism in New York, 

396°. 
Briggs, Erasmus. Original town of 

Concord, 514*. 
Brinckerhoff, T. V. Fishkill, 476*. 
Brockett. L. B. & Mather, J. H. 

Geography of stalte of New Y'ork, 

306'. 



520 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



Brodhead, Edg-ar. PicturesqiH' cor- 
ner of tliiT»e states, 472=. 

Brodhead, J: R. Address before 
New York historical society. 7S/, ',, 
300^ 308'. 

Conlm'uni.oartion from Pai'is 

18.'i2, 300'. 

■ Oominmiication to governor, 

Wt2, 3O0'. 
■ ■ Dulce of York's approval of 

New York bill of rights, 350'. 

Dutcli governors of Nieuw 



Amsterdam, 330'. 

Final report to governor, 

iS-',.5, 300'. 

Governmient of Sir Edmund 

Andros over New England. 3ol^ 

Impeachment of Lord Corn- 

buiT as a forger, .357'. 

Kingston, Hurley, and Mar- 



bletown, 479". 

Lord Cornbui-y, 357*. 

Memoir on early coloniza- 
tion of New Netherland, 325'. 

Report, i8/,i, 30r. 

State of New York, 308"-9'. 



Brookhaven, 455^-5(1''. 
Brooklyn, 305^ .'ISO', 444'-47'. 
Brooks, E. S. Jacol) Leisler in The 

Begum's daughter, 352'. 
■ Selection of books touching 

general story of state of New 

York, 297'- 

Story of New York, 304'. 

Brooks, Erastus. Historical records 

of Staten Island, 463'. 
Brooks, J. W. Court of C(.mi'mon 

pleas of city and county of New 

York, SSO". 
Broome county, 512*. 
Brown, J: M. First settlement of 

county of Schoharie by the 

Germans, 502*. 
Bruce, D. H. Onondaga's cen- 
tennial, 510*. 



Bryant, AY: C. & Gay, S. H. 

Popular history of United States, 

322-', 341«. 
Bucliingham, .John. Uiary of land 

expedition against Crown Point, 

358=. 
Buddingh, Derk. De hervormde hol- 

landsche kerk in de Vereenigde 

Sitaten, 397'. 

Kerk, school en watenschap, 

397'. 

Buell, Samuel. Faithful naiTative 
of revival of religion in congre- 
gation of East-hampton, 456". 

Import fif the Saint's con- 

fe.ssion that the times of men are 
in the hand of God, 457'. 

Buffalo, 514'. 

Buffalo historical society. Publica- 
tions, 294''. 

BuUard, E: F. Saratoga, 495°. 

Bunker, M.. P. Long Island gene- 
alogies, Zm', 440°. 

Burdge, Franklin. Second me- 
morial of Henry Wlsner, 370". 

Burke, Edmoind, 377'. 

European settlements in 

America, 307'. 

Burnaby, Andrew. Travels in 
North Aimerica, 369". 

Burnett. William, 361', 361'. 

Burton, R. English empire in 
America, 347= 

Bushwick, 444'-47'. 

Butler, A. M. Scarsdale, 470'. 

Butler, B: C. Lake George and 
"Lake Champlain, 508'. 

Butler, B: F. Anniversary dis- 
course before Albany institute 
]S30, 304". 

Outline of constitutional his- 
tory of New York, 378°. 

Butler, I'Yederick. United States, 
309-. 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



5^1 



C, V. W. Trou-hei'tighe onderrich- 
tinge nopfndhe et open stellen 
vanden haudel op de cust van 
Africa nutsg\iders de Marignian, 
Nieu Nederlant ende ^Xest- 
Indien, 33ff. 

Caldwell, A. B. Decture on Harlem, 

Campbell, Alexander, 3ti2', 3(13-, 
484', 438*. 

Maxima lilbertatis custodia 

est, 3&y. 

Protestation, 434\ 

Supplemient to vindication 



of Campbell, 434=. 
True and just vindication of 



CaimpbeU, 434«. 

Campbell, C: A. The Pliilipse 
family, 466°. 

Campbell, D. M. Oneonta, 512-'. 

Campbell, Douglas. Historical fal- 
lacies regarding colonial New 
York, 30S=. 

Campbell, AY: W. Robin Hood and 
Oapt. Kidd, 354'. 

& Seward, W: H: Centen- 
nial celebration at Cheri-y Valley, 
512'. 

Canfleld, T: H. Discovery, naviga- 
tion and navigators of Lake 
Ohamplain, 508*. 

Capen, Nahiim. History of de- 
mocracy, 30^^ 

Carmichiael, W: M. Rise and prog- 
ress of St George's church, 
Hempstead, 450°. 

Carpenter, D. H. New York's first 
mayor, 415'. 

Carpenter, G: W. Burning of 
Schenectady, 498*. 

Carpenter, W: H. & Arthur, T. S. 
New York, 306'. 

Carteret's claim to Staten Island, 
463^ 

Carther, E. Letter describing the 
stamp act riot in New York city, 
415». 



Case, Alberlson. Southold towns, 

4161". 
Oastell, William. Extract from his 

Discoverie of America, 327'. 
Catholic church, 393'. 
Catskill, 481». 
Catskill mountains, 481*. 
Cattaraugus county, 513'-14', 
Cayuga county, 510'-12'. 
Census, 385^ 

Central New I'ork, 510'-12?. 
Chadbourne, P. A. & Moore. AY. B. 

Public service of state of New 

York, 305". 
Chalmers, George. Political annals 

of present united colonies, 309*. 
Chambers, Jc^hn, 360=. 
Champlain, Samnel de, 315', 316^- 

17'. 

Oeuvres publjfies sous le 

patronage de I'universitfe Laval, 
317'. 

A'oyages, 317'. 

Les voyages de la Nouvelle 



France oceidentale, dict§ Canada, 
317=. 
Chandler, P. ^Y. Aimerican crimi- 
nal trials, 352', 366", 365», 415'. 

Trial of Jacob Deisler, 352'. 

— — — Trial of Nicholas Bayard, 

356». 

Trial of Zenger, 365', 366'. 

Trials of certain negroes and 

others for conspiracy to burn 
New York city, 41.5°. 

Chandler, Samuel. Diary, 493'. 
Chandler, T: B. Life of Samuel 

Johnson, 416*. 
.Ohanning, Edward & Hart, A. B. 

Guide to study of American his- 
tory, 287'. 
Charles 2. Charter of libertys and 

privileges granted to New Y'ork, 

349^. 
Charters, state, 342', 345', 349", 350*, 

417°; Albany, 491*; New York city, 

410", 410', 416°, 418*. 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



Chautauqua couuty. r]14--iri'. 
Chemuug counly, olo'-14=. 
Cheuango county, 512''. 
Cheri-y valley, 512°, 512''. 
Clii'Cliester, liaiiiel & others ys 

Smith, W. H. & Ituland, Peter. 

Xc'w York supreme court, 456'. 
Child. E. B. & Schiffer, A\'. H. 

Albany. 480'. 
Child, W. S., Churchill, J: C. & 

Smith, H. P. Landmarks of 

O.swcgo county, 511\ 
Churches, see Religious history. 
Churchill, .1: C, Smith, H. P. & 

Child, W. S. Landmarks of 

Oswi^ao county, 511'. 
Cist, L: J. ilemorials of Gov. Stuy- 

vesant, ;J3S\ 
Civil list and ccjustttutional history 

of colony and state of New York, 

378 •. 378; 38ii', 3M=, 382". 
Civil lists, ,382: 
Clapham, <4. M. Colonial neighbors, 

454'. 
Clarendon papers, 344'. 
Clark, Emmons. New Y'oi'k mili- 
tary, 407-- 
Clark, C: T. Oswego, Sir. 
Clark, .T, V. H. Onondaga, 511'. 
Clark, L: H. & Buttenber, E: M. 

Orange county, 473'. 
Clarke, dor. George, 360', 361=, 364". 

Proclamation, 1136, 360*. 

Proclamation announcing 

death of Qt,x. Cosby, 360'. 

Voyage to .-Vmerica, 357' 



Clarke, .Jo. Nevi' Y'ork in UJ12-7S, 
416-. 

Clarke, 1!: H. Catholic church in 
New York, 434'. 

Hon. Thomas Dongan, .3.50°. 

Clarke, "Wililiam. Con<luet of the 
French toward British colonies 
in North America, 3731 

Clarkson, T: S. Biographical his- 
tory of Clermont or Livingston 
manor, 481'. 



Clarkslown. 474'-'-75'. 

Claverack, 482'. 

Cleveland, H: R. Henry Hudson, 
319". 

Clinton, George, 368», 368'. 

Clinton counly, .508'-10". 

Cluny, Alexander. ,\merican travel- 
ler, 36!)'. 

Clute, .7: J, Annals of Stateu Is- 
land, 403=. 

Cobb, E. B. Ramapo, 475°. 

Cobb, S. H. Palatine or German 
immigration to New Y'ork and 
Pennsylvania, 502°. 

Story of the iial.atines, 502°. 

Cobbett's collection of state trials, 

357=. 
Coffey, W: S. Colonial period, 4ir,'. 

Discourse at centennial an- 
niversary of St Paul's church, 
Bast Chester, 467'. 

East Chester, 467'. 

Colden, Cadwallader, 370°, 370', 

372°, 376''. 

Affairs of New York and 

New Jersey under the joint gov- 
ernors, 354°. 

■ History of the five Indian 

nations, 309°, 309'. 
• Letter to governor of New 



York, 



Letters on Smith's History 

of New York, 310". 

Oljservations on province of 



New York, 358'. 

Papers, 370°. 

Pa]>ei-s relating to act of as- 



seuibly for encouragement of In- 
dian trade, 405'. 

Papers relating to act of as- 
sembly of ]iroviiice of New York, 
310=. 

State of lands in province 

of New York in /r.-;.?, aS8*. 

State of province of New 

York. 376'. 



IXDEX 'Id NEW VOEK COLONIAL HISTOKY 



5-23 



Colclen, Cadwallader & Smith, 
AVilliam. Correspondence, 310^. 

Cole, David. Address at 25tli an- 
niversai-jf of reformed cliurcli of 
Yonliers, 471". 

Historical address, Tarry- 
town, 46S-. 

Rockland county, 474'. 

Yonliers, 471'. 



Collin, J: F. Hillsdale, 4S2\ 
Colonial officers, lists, 382'. 
Colton, H: E. East Hampton and 

its old church, 457-. 
Colton, J. H. pul). Summary view 

of city of New York, 407=- 
Columbia county, 4Sl'-82». 
Columbia university, 292'. 
Colve. Gov. Anthony. Charter to 

towns on Long Island, 440-*. 
Colve's charter of New York city, 

410'. 
Comley, W. J. New York, 305-. 
Commerce, 405". 
Coney Island, 448^ 44S'. 
Conover, G: S. Ontario county, 

513^ 
Constitutional gazette, 404=. 
Constitutional 'history, 378'-80'. 
Cook, Joseph. Home sketches of 

Essex oountj', 508^ 
Cooper, J. B'. Babylon, 4.38". 
Cooper, S. F. Hudson river and its 

early names, 389% 465^ 
Corey. Allen. Gazetteer of county 

of Washington, 496\ 
Corlaer, Arendt van, see Curler, 

Arent van. 
CornbuiT, '''O!'- B5T. 
New York marriage licenses 

1702-6, 387=. 
Cornell, A. B. The commonwealth, 

305'. 
Cornwall, 473\ 
Coi-tland county, 510'-12^ 
Cortlandt, 467% 

Corwin, B: T. Amsterdam corre- 
spondence, 397^ 



Corwin, E: T. Character and de- 
velopment of reformed church, 
397'. 

• Reformed church in Amer- 
ica, 307' 

Report of general synod's 

agent on his searches in the 
ecclesiastical archives of Holland, 
397". 

Dubbs, J. H.& Hamilton, J. T. 



Reformed church Dutch, reformed 

Church German, and Moravian 

church in Tnited States, 397'. 
Cosby, Goi\ AVilliam, 300', 360^ 360', 

361', 362', 303% 364'. 
Courcy de Laroche-II^ron. Henry 

de. Catholic church in United 

States. 393=. 
Cox, H: M. Reformed church of 

Herkimer, 506=. 
Craig, .Mrs M. . Ii. Life and times 

of Catharyma Rombout or Madam 

Bi'ett, 476=. 
Croll, P. C. Conrad W-eiser, 502'. 
Crown Point, 510". 
Cruger, John, 377'. 

Experience on a slave ship, 

399=. 

Culver, C: E. North Salem, 470\ 

Somers, 470^ 

Cumming, R. C. Historical note, 

378». 
Cuimming, "W: J. Cortlandt, 467". 

Yorktown, 472'. 

Cumming, W: S. Civil history, 

466^ 
Curler, Arent van, 328', 336^ 

Account of quarrel between 

himself and Van der Douck, 336». 

Letter to the patroon, 4S4'. 



CuriT. Daniel. New York city, 4ii7'. 
Curtis, F: C. Glimpses of early 

medicine in Albany, 404', 4S9'. 
Medicine in Albany county, 

492'. 
Curtis, Gates. Our eouuti-j- and its 

peoisle, 507= 



5-'4 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



Cutting, E. . B. Old taverns and 
posting inns, 421/'. 

Daille, Pierre, 433". 

Daly, C: P. I'Mrst theatre in New 

Yorlv, 420'. 
Judicial tribunals of New 

York, 380°. 
Judiciar.v of early Dutch 



period. 380'. 
Nature, extent and history 



of .iurisdiction of surrog;iti's court 
of state of New York, 380'. 
-' Settlement of Jews in North 



America, 4.34°. 

Speech at dinner of Holland 



society, 331'. 
State of jurisprudence dur- 



ing Dutch period, 3S0\ 
Danaher, F. M. Address before 

Dongan club of Albany, 350'. 
Danforth, Elliot. Address at 2.">0th 

celebration of purchase of Mama- 

roneck. 408*. 
Danforth, G: Tj. Historical ad- 
dress, Jliddleljurg, ."01'. 
Dankers, Jasper & Sluyter, Peter. 

Journal, 16S0, 493'. 
• Journal of voyage to New 

York, 347' 
Darling, C: W. Antoine L'Espenard, 

469=. 
New Amsterdam, New r)r- 

ange, New York, 407'. 
Darling, T. G. First presbyterian 

church, Schenecta<ly. 498". 
Davidson. Robert. Historical dis- 
course on bicentennial of first 

christian church in Huntington, 

458'. 
Davis, Asahel. New Amsterdam, 

413=. 
Davis, W: T. Stnteu Island names. 

3Sfl'. 463='. 
Dawson. H: B. Introduction, New 

York citv in 1167, 431'. 



Dawson, H: B. Papers concerning 
Yonkers, 471'. 

The park and its vii-inity. 

New York, 420'. 

Sons of liberty In New York. 

376'. 

Dayne, M. A. Ticonderogue — Fort 
Carillon, 508". 

Dealey, P. F. Great colonial gov- 
ernor, 350'. 

De Costa, B: I'\ Cabo de Arenas, 
315°. 

• Captain Kiild, 3-"4\ 

Centennial of diocese of New 

York, 393". 

Early Huguenots of Man- 
hattan, 434'. 

Explorations of North Am- 
erican coast previous to voyage 
of Henry Hudson, 315'. 

Dake George. 508". 

Narrative of events at Lake 



George, nos'. 
Notes on histor.\- of Fort 



George, 508'. 
Deerpark, 473'. 
De Forest, .T. W. Founder of New 

York, 325°. 
De Forest, Jesse, 32.".", 326'. 
De Forest, T. R. Olden times in 

New York, 407°. 
De Kay, J. E. Indian names on 

Dong Island, 389', 440°. 
Delafield, M. >I. William Smith, 

359°, 370". 
De Lancey. E: F. Mamaroneck, 

4<i8°, 4<;9'. 
Manors in province of New 

York and in county of Westches- 
ter, 388'', 466'. 
Jli'moir of James De Lancey, 



370'. 



Memoir of Rev. Harry 

Munro, 494=. 
De Lancey, James, 364«, 3ii5', 365', 

370'. 



IXDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



525 



De Lancey, "SV: H. Title, parish 
rights and property of Trinity 
church, New Yorls, 484'. 

Delaware-General assembly. JNIem- 
orial services in honor of Peter 
Jliiiuit, 334=. 

Delaware county, 512*. 

Dellins patent, 4961 

Demarest, D: D. Eeformed church 
in America, 397°. 

Reformed protestnnt Dutch 

church, 397'. 

Dennistou. Goldsmith. Survey of 
Orange county; 472^ 

Denton, Daniel. Brief descripition 
of New York, B43\ 

De Peyster, Frederic. Address be- 
fore New York historical society 
on its 60th anniversary, 310°. 

Life and administration of 

Richard, earl of Bellomont, 354'. 

— Memoir of Kij^ van Dam, 



360'. 
De Peyster, J. W. Benjamin Flet- 
cher, 351". 

Sir John Johnson, 370*. 

De Rasieres, Isaack. New Nether- 
land in 1627, 327'- 

Devoe, T: F. Market book, 439*. 

■ Old Fly market butchers, 

439'. 

Reminiscences of old Brook- 
lyn. -145'. 

De Witt, Edward. Map of city of 

New York, 416=. 
De Witt, Thomas. Discourses in 

North reformed Dutch church 

(collegiate) in city of New York, 

434°. 

Ministers of reformed Dutch 

church in North America, 398*. 

New Netherland, 322=. 

On sources of early settle- 



ments in New York, 383'. 
Dexter, F. B. Early relations be- 
tween New Netherland and New 
England, 331^ 



Dexter, F. B. Estimates of popu- 
lation in American colonies, 385^ 

Dickson, J. M. The Goodwill mem- 
orial, 473°. 

Discovery, 315*-21'. 

Disosway. G. P. Earliest churchi'S 
of New York and vicinity, 392'. 

Huguenots in America, 383*. 

Huguenots of Stateu Island, 

383=, 463°. 

Staten Island, 463*. 



Dissolution, Robert, pseud. Letter 

from a gentleman in the country, 

360". 
Disturnell, John. New York as it 

was and as it is, 407°. 
Dix, J: A. John Cruger, 377*. 
Dix, Morgan. Recollections of St 

Paul's chapel, 435*. 

Trinity parish, 435^. 

Doig, Robert. Berne, 486^. 

Donck, Adriaen van der, .330', 336*. 

Besc'hryvinge van Nieuvv- 

Nederlant, 327', 328*. 

■ New Netherlands, 328"-. 

Remonstrance of New Neth- 



erland, 331'. 
Representation of 



New 



Netherland, 331". 
Vertoogh van Nieu-Neder- 



land, 331', 332*. 
Dongan, Goc. Thomas, 350*-5r. 

Charter of Albany, 16S6. 

491*. 

Report to committee of 

trade on province of New York, 
350". 

Dongan charter of New York, 410-, 
416°. 

Doty, L. L. Livingston county, 
513*. 

Doughty, Rev. Francis, 438'. 

Douglass, William. British settle- 
ments in North America, 341'. 



526 



NEW YORK STATE LIBEARV 



Downing, Sir Ocdrsc. Disconrsi- 
vindicating liis royal master fi-din 
tho insolencies of a scandalous 
libel, 344\ 

Sommiore aenfeyckcninge 

ende dcihiotic in.m'stell liy de 
gedeputeenlen van de stiaten gen- 
eral dervereeniglide Xederlanden, 
.".-14". 

^'erdere acnteyekeuin^e of 



rtuiilyqne op seeekere reply que 
(iciii'gc Dunning jcgens de Rem- 
arques vaiide gedeputeerden 
vande staten generael der Voreen- 
ighde Nederlanden, 344°. 

Dozy, C. JI. .Jesse de Forest, :VJ.iV. 

Drake. S: A. JIaking of Virginia 
and middle colonies, 310°. 

DroTi'ne, T. S. Comnn'morativi' 
discourse celebrating i-ompletiou 
of tower and spire of church of 
Holy Trinity, Brooklyn. 44ri''. 

Drury, J. B. IJeformeil Dutch 
church, Rhincljecli:, 477 

Dubbs, J. H., Corwin, E: T. & Hanj- 
ilton, J. T. Keformed church 
Dutch, reformed cliurch German, 
and Moravian church in United 
States, 307'. 

Dubois, Ansou. Flatlands. 447'. 

Du Bois, W: K. B: Suppression of 
the African slave tradi' to Uniteil 
States, 399^ 

Dunlap, William. History of New 
York for sidiools, 310". 

■ New Netherlands, province 

of New Y'ork and state of New 
York, 310'. 

Keview of Van der Itonck's 



account of New Netlierlands, 32S'. 
Treaty of peace of IIGS, 373'. 



Dunsb(.-e, H: W. School of the col- 
legiate reformed Dutch church in 
New York city, 435". 

Duraud, E: D. City chest of New 
Amsterdam, 413". 



Durand, E: D. Finances of Ni'W 

York city, 407'. 
Dui-ant, S: W. Oneida counly, ."lOiP. 

iV: Peircc. II: B. .Tcffersmi 

C(]Uiity, 507*. 

Dussen-Muilkerk, E. ,T. P.ci-g van. 

Bi.idragen tot de geschiedeuis 

onzer kolonisatie in Noord-Anier- 

ika, 32i;-. 
Dutcli colony, 327-41°. 
Dutch names, ,388°, :;St)". .'iOli-'. .•;()(»■. 

480'. 
Dulch period, 32r-41°, 34(;'. 
Dutch West India company, .syy' 

West Indi;i ccjuqmny. 
Dulclicss county, 47."i''-77' 
Duyckinck, E. A: National portrait 

gallery of eminent Americans, 

370". 

T'ecp into New Netherland 

20O years ago, .347'. 

Plnlip Scliuyler, 370°. 

Dwight, Timothy. Trav<4s in New 

England and New York, 373"'. 
r>yck. Hendrik van. Defence, Dec. 

IS, u;r,2, 3.3S°. 
Dyer, A. M. Points in first chapter 

of New York Jewish liistory, 43-"i'. 

Pulpit censorship in New 

AiJisticrdnm, 43."j"'. 

Dyre, William, 417'. 

Some proposition concerning 

ye ill consequence of New Y^orke 
being in ye hands of ye Dutch, 
340'. 

Eager, J: JI. An early canal, 472'. 
Eager, S: ^\ . Orange county, 472'. 
Earl, Robert. Fort Herkimer, 500*. 

Historical mi.stake corrected, 

3771 

John Jost Herkimer, .500". 

■ Dotteries in state of New 

York, 307°. 

Jloliawk river in history, 

497'. 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL I-If STORY 



527 



Earl, Robert. Mohawk valley and 

the palatines, 497=, 502'. 
■ Piracy in relation to colony 

of New York, 3.55'. 
Religion iu colony of New 



York, 392'. 
Reminiscences 



concerning 
several persons connected with 
important historical events, 497^ 

Slavery in New York, 399'. 

Earl. Samuel. The palatines, 502'. 

Earle, Mrs Alice (Morse). Colonial 
days in old New York, 307', 328'. 

Stadt huys of New Amster- 
dam, 42V. 

East India company, 292". 
Eastcliester, 467'. 
Easthampton, 4.56''-58». 
Eastman, F. S. New York, 305\ 
Edgett, Mrs H. R. The palatines, 

502°. 
Edsall, T: H. Kings Bridge, 421=, 

■iir. 

Something about fish, fisher- 
ies and fishermen in New York 
in 17th century, 307*, 405^ 

Ellis, Franklin. Colunnbia county, 
481'. 

Elting, Irving. Dutch village com- 
munities on Hudson river, 37S". 
480'. 

Eltinge, Edmund. Huguenot ref- 
ugees of New Paltz, 480''. 

Settlement of New Paltz by 

the Huguenots, 480=. 

Emery, Rufus. Church of England 

in Nevs'burgh, 474". 
English names, 388°, 389°, 390'. 
English period, 34r-78=. 
Episcopal church, 393'-94». 
Erie county, 514--15°. 
Ermentrout, Daniel. Our people in 

American history, 503'. 
Esopus, see Kingston. 
Esopus Indians, 339', 346=. 
Essex county, 508'-10". 



Evertsen's and Bencke's charter, 
410". 

Family magazine. 294". 
Family names, 389". 
Fay. H. P. Clarkstown, 47.-|'. 
Felt, J. B. Captain Kidd, :-!.".."r. 
Ferdon, .1: AA'. Indians of Rock- 
land county, 474'. 

Orangt'town, 47.5". 

Ferguson, Henry. Sir Edmund 

Andros, 349". 
Fernow, Berthold. Albany. 4S9'. 

Archives of state of New 

York, .gor. 

Calendar of wills, 301', 387'. 

Documents relating to his- 
tory and settlements of towns 
along the Hudson and Mohawk 
rivers, 406=. 

Documents relating to his- 



tory of early colonial settlements, 
440=. 
Genealogical data gathered 



from Albany county and New 
York city records, 42.5", 486=. 
Manuscript sources of New 



York history, 301=. 

Middle colonies, 341°. 

New Amsterdam family 



names, 389=. 

New Netherland, 322'. 

Peter Stuyvesant, 339'. 

Sources of information rela- 
tive to middle colonies, 298=. 

Sources of information rela- 



tive to New Netherland, 298', 301'. 

Ferris, M.. L. D. Henry Hudson 
the navigator, 319=. 

Fiction, historical, 292=. 

Field, T: W. Historic and antiqua- 
rian scenes in Brooklyn, 445'. 

Indian, Dutch and English 

names in Brooklyn and vicinity, 
389°. 



5^^ 



NEW YOEK STATE LIBRARY 



Field. T: ^\'. Two British occupa- 
tions of Presbyterian church of 
Jamaica, 452'. 
Fisher, G: J. Ossining, 470\ 
Fisher. G: P. Biblioiiiaphieal note 
relative to coloninl era in Ameri- 
can history, 298\ 

Colonial era, 31(i'. 

Fisher, J. F. Andrew Hamilton, 

364=. 
Fisher, S. <;: lieu, women and 

manners in colonial times, oOT'. 
Fishkill, 476'-T7'. 
Fiske, .John. Discovery of America, 

Dutch and quaker coldiiies 

in America, 311\ 

Fitch, Asn. Survey of county of 

Washington, 496-. 
Flatbush, 447v 
Flatlands, 447'. 
Fletcher, (lor. Benjamin, :i.51', 851", 

361", 852». 

Patent to Samuel Bayard, 

42P. 

State of militia in iirovince 

of New York, 391=. 

Flint, M. B. Connecticut towns, 
4,j4«. 

Early Long Island, 440''. 

The five Dutch towns, 44:i''. 

Lady Moody's plantation, 

447°. 

Lion Gardiner, 457^ 

North riding of Yorkshire, 

449". 

Other Queens county towns; 

Newtown, Flushing, Oyster Bay, 
.Jamaica, 449'. 

Stamford migration, 450'. 

Study of names. 380'. 



Flushing, 450\ 

Folsoni, George. Expedition of 
Capt. Samuel Argall to Acadia 
and Manhattan Island, 326-. 



Fulsom, (lecjrge. Few particulars 
concerning directors general of 
New Netherands, 332-'. 

Foiite, "W: H: Rev. Francis Make- 
mie and his associates, 435'. 

Sketches of Virginia, 435'. 

Forbush, AV: B. Wnntagh, Jeru- 
salem and Ridgewood, 450'. 

Force, Peter. Tracts and other 

papers relating to colonies in 

North America, 324'. 
Ford, \V. C. Sketch of Sir P^rancis 

Nicholson, 3."il\ 
Forsyth, M.. 1. Old Kingston, 479^ 
Fort Niagara, 515^ 515'. 
Fort Orange monthly, 295'. 
Fowler, R. L. Constitutional and 

legal history of New York in 17th 

century, 379'. 

Constitutional and legal his- 
tory of New York in iSth century, 
370^ 

Historic houses and revolu- 



tionary letters, 472'. 

Historical gossip about New 

York court of sessions, 381-. 

Historical introduction, 379'-. 

History of law of real prop- 
erty in New A'ork, 380°. 

Observa lions on particular 

jnrisprudi'nee of New York, 381' 

nr,:4anizalion of supreme 

court of judicature of province of 
New York, 381'. 

Franklin county, 507"-iO''. 
Freeman, A. S. & Pelletreau, W: S. 

Haverslraw, 475^ 
P'rench, J: H. Gazetteer of state of 

New Y'ork, 305=. 
French and Indian war, 372'-75=. 
French names, 390'. 
French settlements, 292'. 
Frey, S. L. Notes on Arendt van 

Corlaer's journal of 10.3//, 336'. 

Old Mohawk valley house, 

505*. 



INDEX 'I'D NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



529 



Friends, SOC-W 

Frost, .Tohii. Book ol: the colonies, 
311'. 

Iteuiarkablc events in his- 
tory of America, 311'. 

Frotliingliani, Wasliington. Fnlton 
countty. 505". 

lloutgomory county, 505'. 

Fulton county, 505»-6=. 

Furman, Gabriel. ' Antiquities of 

Long Island, 440', 4-13°. 
■ Notes relating- to Brooklyn, 

445\ 446'. 

Gardiner, C. C. Lion Gardiner and 

his descendants, 457''. 
■ Papers and biography of 

Lion Gardiner, 457'- 
Gardiner, Davitl. Chronicles of 

Basthamptou, 457° 

Gardiner family and lord- 
ship and manor of Gardiner's 
Island, 457". 

Gardiner, J: L. East Hampton, 
457°. 

Lordship and manor of Gar- 
diner's Island, 457'. 

Noites and observations on 



East Hampton, 457'. 

Gardiner, Lion, 457^ 

Gardiner's Island, 456°-58». 

Garner, W. S. & Wiley, S: T. Cy- 
clopedia of Niag.ira county, 515^ 

Garretson, G. J. Discourse'at quad- 
ragenian anniversiary of ministry 
of Rev. Jacob Schoonmaker, 452'. 

Gay, Bbenezer, jr. Stony Point, 
475". 

Gay, S. H. & Bryant, W: C. Popu- 
lar history of United States, 322=, 
341°. 

Geddes, George. Keport on agricul- 
ture and industry of county of 
Onondaga, Sll*. 

Genealogies of single families, 292=. 

Genealogy, 385'-86°. 



Genesee county, 513'-14-. 

George 2. Patent and charter of 

SI George's church, Hempstead, 

450'. 

IJoynl I'ouiniisslon to "\'\'ill- 

iam Cosby, 361'. 

George 3. Patent of Queensbury, 

508°. 
Gerard, J. W. Administration of 

William Kicft, So,'. 

Dongan charter of city of 

New York, 416°. 

Impress of nationalities on 

New York city, 408'. 

Lady Deborah JNIoody, 448'. 

Old stadt buys of New Am- 
sterdam, 421°. 

Old slreots of New York 



under the Dutch, 421°. 

Gerbicr, Balthasar. Sommier ver- 
hael van seckere Amerikaenshe 
voyagie gedaen door den ridder 
Balthasar Gcrbier, 328°. 

Gilder, .1. B. New York, '40S'. 

Gittermau, J: iL Council of ap- 
pointment in New Y'ork, 379'. 

George Clinton and his con- 
test with the assembly, 368'. 

Glen ( 'love. Address at second cen- 
tennial anniversary, 4.54'. 

Glenn, T: A. Clermont and the 
Livingstons, 481°. 

Patroonslilp of the Van 

Eensselaers, 484'. 

Some colonial mansions, 

481°. 

Glenville, 498°. 

Goodwin, H. C. Pioneer history, 

511°. 
Goodwin, BIrs Maud (Wilder). Fort 

Amsterdam in days of the Dutch, 

413°. 
■ Eoyce, A. C. & Putnam, 

Ruth. Historic New York, 20"-, 

406'. 
Gordon, T: F. Gazetteer of state 

of New York, 311'. 



530 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



Gorges, Ferdinando. Letter to 
Oapt. Mason about an expedition 
on tlie Dutch, 334". 

Gould, Jay. Delaware county and 
border wars of New York, 512'. 

Governors, list, 1G2',-189-',. -SOH'; 
Dutch, 330', 332*. 334''-41'; Eu.n- 
lish, 341», 3441-40', 349"-51% 354'- 
58"; commissions and instructions 
to, 29S', .381'. 

Gowans, "William. Western memo- 
rabilia, 408'. 

Grahame, .Tames. United States, 
3ir. 

Grant, Sirs Anna (Macvicar). Al- 
bany, 493°. 

• Memoirs of an American 

lady, 371'. 

Grant, B. R. Early Dutch times on 
the Hudson, 465'. 

Gravesend, 447'-48''. 

Graveseud, Friends society. Rec- 
ord of births, 448-. 

Great Britain — Parliament. Stamp 
act, ^765, 377-. 

Great Britain — Public record ofHce. 
Calendar of state papers, 301°. 

Green, F. B. Rockland county, 
474». 

Greenburg, 4G7»-68=. 

Greene, E. B. Printed commissions 
and instructions to governors in 
English colonies of North Amer- 
ica, 298*. 

• Provincial governor in Eng- 
lish colonies of North America, 
379-'. 

Greene county, 481'. 

Greenleaf, Jonathan. Churches in 
city of New York, 435'. 

GrifHn, A. P. C. Bibliography of 
American historical societies, 298°. 

Index of articles upon 

American local history in his- 
torical collection in Boston public 
Ubrary, 298°. 



Griffin, A. P. C. Index of litera- 
ture of American local history, 
298'. 

Index to articles in histor- 
ical collections relating to New 
York city, 298'. 

Index to articles in histor- 



ical collections relating to New 
York colony and state, 298°. 
New York city, 408°. 



Griffin, Augustus. Journal, 386', 
4G1'. 

Griffis, W: E. Arendt van Curler, 
336=. 

Historical discourse, Schen- 
ectady, 498°. 

— ■ Sir William Johnson and 



the six nations, 371^ 

Grim, David. Memorandum, 417'. 

Grolier club of city of New York. 
Books printed by William Brad- 
ford and other printers in middle 
colonies, 4()2\ 

Plans and views of New 

York city, 292°. 

Gumaer, P: B. ' Deerpark, 473^ 
Gunn, Alexander. Memoirs of Rev. 
John H. Livingston, 398-. 

Hackensack (New Jersey), Re- 
formed Dutch church. Records, 
398°. 

Hagaie, William. Old Pelham and 
New Rochelle, 469'. 

Half-moon series, 295-. 

Hall, C: H: Dutch and Iroquois, 
322°. 

Speech in reply to toast 

Colbert and the Corlaer, 328'. 

Hall, Hiland. New York Dellius 
patent, 496^ 

Hall, Ralph, 456°. 

Hall, William. Ancient Sleepy Hol- 
low church in Tarrytown, 468". 

Hall & Patterson. Albany county, 
486°. 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



531 



Halsey, i\[rs C: H. Sketches of cele- 
brated women, 371\ 

Hamilton, Andrew, 364°, 305°. 

Hamilton, J. T., Corwin, E: T: & 
Dubbs, J. H. Reformed church 
Dutch, reformed church German, 
and Jloravian church in United 
States, 397'. 

Hamilton county, 5O7'-10°. 

Hammond, ilrs L. M. JMadison 
county, 511°. 

Hardie, James. City of New York, 
408°. 

Hardin, G: A. & Willard, F. H. 
Herkimer county, 506°. 

Hardy, Sir Charles, 375'. 

Hare, Robert. Memoranda on tour 
through North America, 369°. 

Harlson, Francis, 360\ 363', 363^ 
363". 

— To the mayor, aldermen and 

commonalty of city of New York, 
36r. 

Harris, G. H. Aboriginal occupa- 
tion of lower Genesee country, 
511'. 

Notes on the aboriginal ter- 
minology of the Genesee river, 
389'. 

Harrison, 468". 

Harrison, Mrs Burton. Externals 
of modern New York, 409''. 

Harrison, ICatherine, 471'. 

Harrison, W: H. Trinity church 
title, 435'. 

Hart, A. B. & Channing, Edward. 
Guide to study of American his- 
tory, 297=- 

Hart, Seth. Sermon in St George's 
church, Hempstead, 451'. 

Hartley, I: S. Fort Schuyler in 
history, 506°. 

Hasbrouck, A. B. Address on Ul- 
ster county, 477°. 

Hasbrouck, J. W. Hurley, 478=. 

Hasenclever, Peter. Case of Peter 
Hasenelever, 405'. 



Haverstraw, 475'. 

Hawks, P. L. United States, 311'. 

Hawley, Gideon. Letter of journey 
to Onohoghgwage, .501°. 

Hazard, Ebenezer. Dociiiments re- 
lating to Dutch colonial historj', 
332'-. 

Historical collections con- 
sisting of state papers and other 
authentic documents, 332°. 

Hazen, William. Old Chelsea, 421'. 
Headley, J. T. Gen. Philip Schuy- 
ler, 371°. 

Great riots of New York, 



417 



Negro riots of 1712-41 and 



stamp act riot of 1765, ilT. 
Washington and his 



jen- 



erals, 371°. 

Heathcote, Caleb, 419'. 

Heckewelder, Rev. John. Indian 
tradition of 1st arrival of Dutch 
at Manhattan Island, 315', 326'. 

Hedges, H: P. Address before Suf- 
folk county historical society, 
460'. 

Address on 200th anniver- 
sary of Bast Hampton, 457'. 

• Centennial address at Bridge- 
Hampton, 460=. 

Development of agriculture 

in Suffolk county, 454°. 

East Hampton, 458'. 

Historical address and ap- 



pendix, 460". 

Heerman, Augustine, 338'. 

Hemmenway, A. M. Veiimont his- 
torical gazetteer, 508'. 

Hempstead, 4E0°-52°. 

Henderson, J. D. Dutch in New 
Netherlands, 322°, 

Hendrick, Welland. Empire state, 
305°. ^ 

Hennepin, Father Louis, 316'. 

Herkimer county, 606^ 

Herkimer county historical society. 
Papers, 295', 506'. 



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Heroy, P: B. rresli.vleiiaii rliurch 
at Bedford, 467'. 

Herri ck, S: E. Our relation to the 
past a debt to the future, 4(;(>'. 

Religious progress and Chris- 
tian culture of Suffolk t-ouuty, 
454'. 

Hewitt, K: E. & Hewitt, M.. A. 
The Ijdwery. 421". 

Higsiusi'iii T; '\^'. Book nf Anioi'i- 
can cviilorers, •319\ 

Henry Hudson and the New 

Xetlierlimds, IMU'. 

Hildelinru, C: S. It. Issues of the 
pi'oss in New York, 400". 

I'rintcrs and iiriuting in 

i-olonial Now York, -lol-. 

Printing in Xcw York in 

ITth ccntiu-y. 401'. 

Sl.-inip act in New Yoik and 

Yiruinin, 377". 

HildriMli. Uifluu-;!. Viiite:! W.'iics. 

::,22\ 341:'. 
Hill, D: I'.. OnUioii delivered at bi- 
centennial celcliration ,at A]1)iiny, 

Hill, G: K. iV Waring. G: E., .ir. old 
wells and water courses of island 
of ;\ninhattan, 421° 

Hill, H: ^Y. Development of consti- 
tutional law in Xd'W Y(jrk sii'.te. 
Pj7U\ .-tSV. 

Hillsdale, 482^ 

Historical fiction. 2!I2 . 

Historical magazine ccjuccrninu' 
Amcric.-i. 2'.C,'. 

Historical rccovil, 2l)."i-'. 

Historical society of Xcwljui-gh bay 
and the Highlands. Papci-s. 3.8.3', 
391", 47.3', 478>, 480=. 

Hodge, Cliarles. Constitutional his- 
tory of Presbyterian church in 
rnited States, 396'. , 

Hoes, R. R. Extracts from early 
and original records of Society 
for the propagation of the gospel 
in foreign parts, 451*. 



Hoes, R. R. Negro plot of 1712, 

417=. 
Hoffman, G: F. Administration of 

Jacob Leisler, 353'. 

On distinctive cliaractcr of 

pe(jple of New York previous to 
rcviilution, .307". 

Pioneers of Xew Y'ork. 307'. 



Hoffimau, E. (!. Albany 150 years 
ago, 491'. 

I-Iogebooni, J: T. Oration at cen- 
tennial (-(debration at Hudson, 
311'. 

Holden, A. A\'. Queensbu)-y, -"O-"'. 

Holgate, J. B. American gene.alogy, 
38(r. 

I-Iolland society of Xcw York. Bi- 
centennial of burning and iiias- 
j sacrc of Schenectady, 498". 

Gcleliration in Kingston, 

47fi'. 

(,Vjnnnemorafivc tablets, 422'. 

Dutch reformed churches 

organized before ISOO, 898=. 

'I'l-anscript of church rec- 
ords. :'i92'\ 

Year book, 295', 383'^. 

Hollantsc nici-cni-ius, 322\ 

Homes, II: A: Xolice of Peter 

Hasenclover, 40.5". 

I'alatine emigration to Eng- 
land in 1709, 503'. 

Tlic Pompcy tX. Y'.i stone. 



315'. 

Honeyman. A. V. .Joannes Xevius, 
408». 

Hooper, A'cc. .Joseph. Pore .Togues 
and Domine ilcgapolensis, 328'. 

Saint Peter's church in 

Albany, 194'. 

I-Jopkins, A. G. Early protesftant 
missions among Iroquois. 392". 

I-Iorsmanden, Daniel. Journal oi 
proceedings in detection of con- 
spiracy to burn city of X'ew Y'ork, 
417". 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



533 



Horsmanden, Daniel. Negro con- 
spiracy in city of New York, 

18J,1, 4:17*. 

■ New York cousiiiracy, 417'. 

Trial of John Ury, 417"- 

Horton, W. H. & Barrett, Joseph. 

Noi-th Oastle, 470*. 
Hough, F. B: Census in New York, 
385". 

Gazetteer of state of New 

York, 305'. 

Jefferson county, 507°. 

St Lawrence and Franklin 



counties, 507°. 

— Thousand islands, 507° 

Houghton, G: W. 'SA^ Coaches of 
colonial New York, .307'. 

Howard, H: W. B. The Ea,!.;le and 
Brooklyn, 446=. 

Howe, Heni-y & Bai-ber, J: W. His- 
torical collections of state of New 
York, 406". 

Howe, J. F. Dutch church at Mont- 
gonieiy, 473'. 

St David's parish. Orange 

county, 472°. 

Howell, G: R. Date of settlement 
of colony of New Y'ork, 326\ 

■ Evidence of French dis- 
coveries in New York previous to 
colonization by Dutch, 316'. 

Dong Island early affairs, 

460". 

Settlement of Southold, 461'. 

Southampton, 460*. 

• When Southampton and 

Sourthold were settled, 460°. 

& Tenney, Jonathan. Bi- 



centennial history of Albany, 

4&6°. 

County of Schenectady, 498'. 

Howell, T. B. Complete collection 

of state trials, 357-. 
Hndson, HeniT, 318'-21*. 
Hudson river, 308=, 316°, 320', 3«9=. 
Hudson river counties, 465'-96". 



Huguenot society of America, Ab- 
stract of proceedings, .383°. 

Huguenots, 383'-84% 463', 4(;0', 47(/, 
480', 480". 

Hulsemann, J; G; Geschichte der 
democratic in den Vereinigten 
Staaten, 342'. 

Hulsius, Levinus. Zwole schitfahrt, 

319°. 
"Humphreys, David. Society for the 
propag-ation of the gospel in 
foreign parts, 394*. 

Humphreys, M.. G. Catherine 
Schuyler, 371°. 

Hunter, Robert, 3.jS', 504°. 

Huntington, 458°-.59°. 

Huntting, Isaac. Little Nine Part- 
ners of Northeast precinct and 
Pine plains, 475'. 

Huntting, Nathaniel. Records of 
marriages, baptisms and deaths 
in East Hampton, 4."]8'. 

Hurd, D. H. Clinton and Franklin 
counties, 507', 509'. 

Hurley, 47S». 

Hutchins, S. C. Introduction to 
Civil list and constitutional his- 
tory of colony and state of New 
York, 379°. 

Immigran-ts, .384'-SiJ'. 

Independent reflector, 404'. 

Indian missions, 2ti2'. 

Indian names, aS8\ 389^ 389°, 390' 
390°, 391', 440'', 442". 

Indians, 292', 333", 338', 338', 34-', 
343°, 502=; of the Hudson river, 
313'; of Rockland connty, 474°. 
See also Esopus Indians; Iroquois. 

Inglis, Charles. State of the Anglo- 
American church in 1776, 394'. 

Instructor, 404'. 

Iroquois, 308°, 309=, 314', 322', 328", 
351», 357', 368', 371°, 373°, 392°, 
514'. See also Mohawks; Senecas. 

Isaacs, A. S. Jews of New York, 
4S&. 



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Islip, 459". 

Izard, Ralph. Journey to Niagara, 
Montreal and Quoliec. 3fi9". 

Jacobs, H: E. Evnu.iielical Lutheran 

cbnrcli in XJnitcil States, oUTr. 
Jamaica, 4^12"-^,"'. 
Jameson, J: I". Mnntauk and the 

commiin lands of Easthampton, 

4.>S'. 
Origin and development of 

municipal .i;()vei'nmt'nt of New 

York city, 408". 
■ Printed guides to and de- 



scriptions of archives, 301'. 

Jamison, David, S.'iS'. 

Janse, Anneke, 412', 413'. 

Janvier, T: A. In old New York, 
431°. 

Jeflrerson counly, 507^-10°. 

Jermialn, G: W. Historical address, 
496^ 

Jogues, Father Isaac, 328^ 32.8», 
330', 330^ 330. 

Description of New Nether- 
land in 16U, 328". 

Narrative of captivity among 



Mohawk Indians, 329^ 

Novum Belgium, 329*. 

Papers, 329'. 

Rensselaerswyck, 493°. 



John Englishman, 404°. 

Johns Hopkins university studies 
in historical and political science, 
29.y. 

Johnson, Crisfleld. Erie county, 
514°. 

■ Oswego county, 511°. 

Washington county, 496\ 

Johnson, Jeremiah. Olden times, 
446°. 

Johnson, ,Sir John, 370°. 

Johnson, Piossiter. French war end- 
ing in conquest of Canada, 342?. 

.Johnson, ffcc. Samuel, 415°, 415°, 
416', 419". 



Johnson, ,Sir William, 371°, .".71', 
372=, 372", 374', 514". 

Conferences held and trea- 
ties made with (lie Indian na- 
tions, ;;7.3''. 

Jones, M. M. Lii'ut.-< '(jI. Mercer, 
511'. 

Scrap of early Oswego his- 

lory, 511°. 

Jones, Thomas. New Yurk during 

i-evdlutionary war, 371°. 
Jones, W: A. Long Island, 440°. 

Names of st reels in New 

York city, 422". 

Juet, Robert. Discovery of Pludson 
river, 320'. 

Tliird voyage of Master 

Henry Hudson, 319'. 

Kalm, Peler. P>cschreil>ung der 
I'eise die er Diich deui niiidlichon 
Ameriloa uiitci-nojumen hat, 3.58°. 

■ City of New York in J7JiH, 



431°. 



The great, fall of Niagara, 



514°. 



Travels into .\(jrth America, 



.350'. 



Tre.'i.tment of the palatin(;s 

in New York, 503". 

Visit to Albany 17/,!), 493°. 

Kapp, Friedrich. Die deutschen am 

McihaAvk, 497'. 

Die erster Pflllzer nieder- 

lassung in Neuburg am Hudson, 
503^ . 

Geschiehtc der deutschen 



einwanderung in Aanerika, 383°. 

Geschichte der deutschen 

in staate New York, 335', 342'', 
353', :\CA", 383°, 395', 497^ 503°. 

Die heiTnhuter in Seheko- 

meko, 39.5''. 

Jacob Leisler aus Frtmkfurt 



am Main, 3.53". 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



535 



Kapp, Friedi'icb. Johann Peter 
Zenger, 364°. 

Die land- unci seereise im 

vorigen jahrhundert, 342'. 

Peter iliuuowlt aus Wesel 



am Khein, 335\ 
Die Pfalziscli-Seliwabische 



zwangs-kolonie am obern Hud- 
son, 503^ 

Keeler, J. M'. Lewisboro, 4t:5S'. 

Keith, George, 394^ 

Journal of travels from New 

Hampshire to Caratuck, 396-. 

Kellogg, Lewis. Sketch of White- 
hall, 496=. 

Kelsey, J. S. Long Island city, 
453=. 

Kemp, R. M. Old St Paul's chapel, 
Trinity parish, New York, 436'. 

Kennedy, Archibald. Report on 
trade and production 1738, 405°. 

Serious considerations on 

northern colonies, 374=. 

Kent, James. Anniversary dis- 
course before New Y'ork histori- 
cal soeaetj- 1S2S, 305'. 

Gen. Philip Schuyler, 371'. 

Ketchum, "William. Authentic and 

comprehensive history of Buffalo, 
5.14'. 
Keye. Otto. Het waere onderscheyt 
tusschen koude en warme landen- 
vergelefcen met Nieu-Nederlant en 
Guajana, 329°. 

Kurtzer entwurfE von Neu 

Niederland und Guajana, 329'. 

Kidd, Captain, 354', 355^ 355', 356\ 
Kieft, Gor. William, 336''-37' 

Patent of Mespath or New- 
ton, 453". 

. Patent to Gravesend, 44S\ 



King, Chartes. New York chamber 

of coimmerce, 439^ 
King, Jloses. Handbook of New 

York city, 431'. 



King, Rufus. Inscriptions from 
churchyard in Orient, 461". 

King George's war, 3<>8'. 

King WiUiiam's war, 351^-54". 

Kings college, 292'. 

Kings county, 443'-49°. 

Kings county gcncaldgioMl club. 
Collections, 443". 

Kingston, 478°-79". 

Kip, F. M. Discourse on l."iOth 
anniversary of First reformed 
Dutch church, Fishkill, 476«. 

Fishkill, 476°. 

Kipp, W: I. New York society in 
the olden time, 307°- 

Knevels, .T. W. Our Dutch pro- 
genitors, 383'. 

Knight, Mrs Sarah (Kenible). Jour- 
nals of Madam Knight and Rev. 
Mr Buckingham, 347''. 

New York city in 1704-5, 

431". 

Private journal- of journey 

from Boston to New York, 347° 
Koenen, H. .7. Pavonia, 463'. 
Kohler, M. J. Beginnings of New 

Y'ork Jewish history, 430'. 

Civil status of Jews in 

colonial New York, 436'. 

Phases of Jewish life in 

New York before ISOO, 436^ 

Kort en bondigh verhael van't 
geene in den oorlogh tusschen den 
koningh van Bngelant, etc. en de 
staten der Vereenighde Neder- 
landen en den bischop van Mun- 
ster is voorgevallen, 345'. 

Kort verhael van Nieuw Nederlants 
gelegentheyt, 329*. 

Kreiger, Martin. Journal of 2d 
Esopus war, 339'. 

Lacrolx, A. P. de. Algemeene 
weereld-beschryving, 347'. 

Laet, Johannes de. Beschryviughe 
van West Indion, 322". 



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Laet, .T(jliaiincs de. Extrncts from 

The new world. :i2'.\\ 
L'histoiii- du nouveau 

m(ind(?, :','-'■!,-. 

Nienvvc weroldt, 320', 323". 

■ Nevus orbls, 323'. 

Lake Champlain. .3.]C\ GOS'-IO". 

Lake Erie, 514-15°. 

Lake George, TiOS'-lO"; bibliography 

and cartogrnpliy, 207', 508". 
Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. (Xashi, Be- 

.yinnin.gs of Troy, 483'. 
Caroor and times of Nicholas 

Bayard, 340^. 

Christmas season in Dutch 

Now York, 431». 

City of New York, 4nt(\ 

Gdlden nue of colonial New 

York, 377'. 

Gov. Kobrrt jMonckton, 374'. 

Historic homes and land- 



marks, 422«. 
Jfaiiur of Gardiner's Island, 



4.>S'. 



450-. 



Manor of i-lhelter island. 



Origin of New York, 32(j'. 

Southampton in history, 4tjO". 

Southold and her historic 

homes and memories, 4Cr. 

Van Cortlandl manor-house. 



460'. 



Van Rensselaer manor, 484'. 

Wall street in history, 422'. 

Lambert, E: K. Colony of New 

Haven, 462'. 

Southold. 462'. 

Laiiibrechtsen, N. C. K(jrlc be- 

schrijving van de ontdekkin.a; 
en der verdere lotgevallen van 
Nicinv-Nederland, 323". 

New Netherlands, 323'. 

Land patents, 303", 332", 355", 421'. 

421*, 42.5'. 486', 4H<";". 
Landon, J. S. Schenectady, 498'. 
Lansingburg. 4.82°. " 



Latting, J. J. Genealogical fra.u- 

ments, 386'. 
Laverdiere, (': H. Oeuvres ile 

Champlain, 317'. 
Law, .3^)4', 380-'-82'. 
Lawrence, Eugene. Freedom of the 

press in Ne^\' York, 364'. 

Richard Nicolls, 345". 

"William Cosby and freedom 

dom of the press, 364'. 

Lawrence, John, journal, 332°, 

330'. 
Leach, J. G. ^la.icjr William Dyre, 

417». 
Lefevre. Italph. Huguenots of 

Ulster county, 383', 478', 480". 
Legends, 202'. 

Leibert, Eugene. Sketrh of congre- 
gation on Staten Island, 463'. 
Leisler, Jacob, 352'-54°. 
Leisler, Jlary, 353". 
L'Espeuard, Antoine. 469''. 
Letter -from a gcullcman of New 

Y'ork concerning the late happy 

revolution, ,353". 
L(.'vermoro. C: A. Whigs of co- 

hiuial New Y'orlv, 342'. 
Lewis, E.. D. Old prisons and 

punishments, 432'. 
Lewis, .1: N. Reminiscences of 

Annandale, 477". 
Li 'Wis county, 5ti7'-10''. 
Lewisboro, 4i;s'. 
Liberty pole, first, 377'. 
Lindsley, C: E. New Rochelle, 469'. 

I'elham, 471/. 

Lintner, G. A. Lutheran church 

in New Y(irk, .'lOO"'. 
Livingston, Rrr. ,T: II.. 308', 398". 
Livingston, R. R. Census of state 

of New York, 38.5''. 
Livingston, Robert, 4S2-. 
Livingston, William, 377'. 
Livingston county. 513'-14''. 
Livingston manor, 48,1', 4-82', 501', 

.504', r/)4". 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



537 



Local coliinial history, -iOe-Slo. 
Lockwood, L. C. Pi-esl)yterian 

cliurch of Melville, iriO'. 
Lodge, H: C. Knglisli colonies in 

America. oOS'. 311', 377*. 
Lodo-n'ick, Charles. Now York in 

1692, 34S\ 

& Beyard, Nicholas. Jour- 
nal of late actions of French at 
Canada, 351=. 

Long Island, 440=-02°. 

Long 'Island city, 458^ 

Long Island historical society. 

Jlemoirs, 295°. 
Lord. E. L. Industrial experiments 

in British colonies of North 

America, 503'. 

Schemes for employing emi- 
grant labor in production of 
stores, 503'. 

Lossing, B. J: Billopp liouse, 4154'. 

■ Empire state, SO.-j". 

The Hudson from tlie wilder- 
ness to the sea, 308-, 465'. 

Johnson Hall, iji>6'. 

• Life and times of Philip 

Schuyler, 371''. 

Nt"W York ciity, 409*. 

Lott, Abraham. Journal of voyage 

to Albany, 369'. 
Lotteries, 307^ 
Lovelaee, F.rancis, 346'. 
Lovelace, Lord, 357' 
Loyalty vindicated, 358". 
Lucas, F: W: Appendiculae his- 

toricae, 306'. 
Lude'Wig. H. E. Literature of 

American local history, 299'. 
Luquer, Lea. Centennial address, 

Bedford, 407^ 
Lutheran chui-ch, 395-. 
Lyons, Rev. James, 4.j6'. 

Jffabie, H. W. Tarrytown-on-Hud- 
son. 468'. 



MeAdaau, Itavid. Bencli ;iud bar 

of New York, 380', 3.S2-. 
Macauley. James. Albanj', 48!)'. 

Natural, statistical and civil 

history of state of New York, 
306=. 

McConnell, S: D. American episco- 
pal church, 3941 

McDonald, J. M. Presb:\^erian 
Church in Jamaica, 452°. 

' Two centuries in history of 

Presbyterian church, Jamaica, 
453'. 

Mackenzie, AA'. A. Union Presby- 
terian church of Salem, 496°. 

McKnight, Charles. Sir "William 
Johnson, 371'. 

JIackraby, Alexander. Letters to 
Sir Philip Francis, 432-. 

Maclise, D. il. Goodwill presbj'- 
terian church, iIont.gomery, 473'. 

McManns. Blanche. How the Dutch 
came to ilanhattan, 413'. 

MacMurray, J. AV. Houses in an- 
cient Albany eount.y, 487'. 

St George's church, episco- 
pal Schenectady, 498'. 

Schenectady, 408". 

& Pearson, Jonathan. Forti- 



fications and garrisons, 500'. 

Indian ti-ades, 50O'. 

Iteformed nether Dutch 



church, 500'. 

McNaughton, James. Progress of 
medicine in New Y'ork state, 404\ 

Macoubrey, A. R. Historical ser- 
mon delivered in Southeast cen- 
ter presliyteriau churcli, 1876, 
477'. 

Iv(4ation of presbyterianism 

to revolutionarv sentiment in 
province of New Y'ork, 39G-. 

Madison county. 510'-12". 

Magazine of American hlstorj', 295°. 

Magazine of reformed Dutch church, 
295'. 



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Magazine of western history, 295'. 
JIakemie, Francis, 433°, 435', 436". 

A good conversation, 436°. 

Narrative of a new and un- 
usual American imprisonnieni, 
436'. 

ilamaroneck, 4(i.s"-(:9=. 
Maiidoville, U. H. Flushing, 450\^ 
IManbattan beach. 448'. 
Manhattan Island, ai.^", 31(r, o2(i=, 

":;fr. See also New Amsterdam; 

New York city. 
Miiunin.i;-, Cajit, charges aj^ainst, 

:;4&''. 
Manors, OSS'. 
Manle, Thomas. Late war in North 

America, 374°. 
Manufactures, 405'. 
:Manuscripts, 292'; matter relating 

to, 300»-4". 
Maps, 292=. 
Markle, J. S. Bethlehem, 487' 

Coeyman's township, 487= 

Marriage licenses, 387'-88-. 
Marshall, 0. H. New York char- 
ter, 1G6J, and 167J,. PA'^; 417". 

Niagara frontier, 390', 514', 

515'. 

JIartin, B: E. & Martin, <\. M. 

New York press and its UKikcrs, 

401-, 4f>2'. 
JIartin, Felix. Father Isaac .logues, 

330'. 
Marvin, Henry. Lake George, 509'. 
Mary (sloop), journal of voyage, 

354'. 
Mason, John. Letter relative to 

Dutch in New Netherland, y.'iS'. 
Maspeth, see Newtown. 
Massachusetts historical society. 

Collections, 32.5', 330', 30.T, 403». 
Masten, A. H. Cohoes, 487'' 
MatliiT. F; G. Albany, 489'. 

Schuyler liouse at Albany, 

492'. 



Mather, F: G. Slavery in New yorl<, 

399'. 
Mather, .1. 11. >V Brockcit, L. B. 

Geograpliy of sf:ilc of New York, 

30<;''. 
JIal tiles. Susanna. Van and von, 

390=. 
Medicini\ 404-. 
Megapolensis,^ Johanurs, 328", 4i:j*, 

483", 484^ 
jNIeier, Rer. Hermannus, 478°, 479'. 
Melton, Edward. Aenmerkens- 

waardigc en zeldzame West In- 

dische zee en landreizen, 348^ 

Zeldzaame en gcdcnkwaard- 

ige zee- en landreizen door 
Egypten, \^'est-Indien, etc. }660- 
77, .348'. 

Melyn, Cornells. Breedc^n raeilt 
aende vereenighde NcdiTlandsche 
provintien, ;^32'. 

Broad advice to United 

Netherland provinces, '.iZ2'\ '.V-j.j-. 

E-xtracts from Breeden raedt 

aen de vi.Toenighde Nederland- 

sche provintien, '-'rZ'-'/. 
Mesp;i1li. see Newluwii. 
.Meteren, Eimanucl van. Belgische 

ofte Neilerlantsche oorlogen ^5.98- 

]G1], d'2fy. 

Historic der nedei'landscher 

ende haerder n.-ibureii oorlogen 
tot den jare 1612, 320'. 

Historic van de oorlagen en 

geschiedenissen der Nederland- 
eren, ].I1.J^16J1, 320=. 

Michaelius, .Jonas. Letter, 1628, 
432^. 

Mickley, .T. .7. Some account of Wil- 
liam TJsselinx and I'eler ilinuit, 
335'. 

Middleburg (N. Y.i, Itefui-iued 
church. Centennial exeicises,. 
501'. 

Milljorne, .Jaci>l5, 3.53°. 

Military histoi'y, ■.'MV-'.iT. 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



539 



Miller, E. J. West ludia company 

and ithe AYalloons, 326^ 
Miller, G: "\V. lietrospect of two 

centuries, 40\\ 
Jliller, John. Ancient Albany, J695, 

493'. 

Province and city ol New 

York, 348°. 

Miller, R. G. Letter and document- 
ary evidence in relation to Trinity 
ehnrch property, 437'. 

Miller, Samuel. Discourse to com- 
memorate discovery of New York 
by Henry Hudson, 320°. 

Mills, Richard. Concerning West- 
chester county, 466°. 

Mills, S: W. Reformed Dutdh church 
of Deerpark, 473^ 

Jlines, ,T: F. Tour around New 
York, 432?. 

Walks in our church yards, 

409°. 

Minisink valley historical society. 

Bicentennial celebration of 200th 

anniversary of settlement of 

Minisink valley. 472'. 
Minuit, Peter, 334°-3'6='. 
Mnchell, J. S. White Plains, 471\ 
Mitchell, S: L: Historical sum.mary 

of attacks upon city of New 

York, 409'. 
Mixer, M. E. Fort Erie aud the 

moutli of Niagara river, 515". 
Modest and important narrative, 

353'. 
Mohawk Indians, 329=. 
Mohawk valley, 497'-507;. 
Monckton, Gov. Robert, 374". 
Monroe county, 513'-14^ 
Montague, John. Arguments offer'd 

to the lords commissioners for 

trade and plantation relating to 

some acts of assembly past at 

New York, 355°. 
Montanus, Arnoldus. De nieuwe en 

onbekende Aveereld, 323°. 



Montanus, Arnoldus. Die unbe- 

kante neue welt, 324". 
New Netherland, 323". 



Montgomerie, <lor. John, 3G3', 420'. 

Montgomerie charter, 410^. 

Montgomery, 473°. 

Montgomery, M. L. Life and times 
of Conrad Weiser, 503'. 

Weiser monument, 503°. 

Montgomery county, 505°. 

Montresor, James. Journals, 374'. 

Jlontresor, John. Journals, 372'. 

Moore, C: B. Capt. Bryan Newton, 
339°. 

• Capt. John Seaman of Hemp- 
stead, 451°. 

English and Dutcli inter- 



marriages, 387°. 

Hempstead, 451''. 

Historical address. South- 



old, 462'. 

Inventories, Suffolk county, 

455'. 

Laws of J6S3, 351', 440°. 

Rev. John Moore of New- 
ton, 453'. 

Shipwrights, fishermen, pas- 
sengers from England, 441'. 

Southold, 462*. 



Moore, G: H. Maintenance of the 
ministry and poor in New York, 
437=. 

Moore, J. B. Notes for memoir of 
Petei- Minuit, 33.5'. 

— Sir Edmund Andros, 350'. 

William Burnett, 361\ 

Moore, W. B. & Chadbourne, P. A. 
Public service of state of New 
York, 305'. 

Moore, W: H. St George's church, 
Hempstead, 451'. 

Moravian church, 396°. 

Moravian historical society. Trans- 
actions, 395°. 

Morgan, E. V. Slavery in New 
York, 399°. 



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NEW YORK STATE JJIIKARY 



Morris, Ford'ham. Wcstchestci-, 

Morris, I. K. Old hotels of Stalen 

Island, 4C&. 
Morris, J: J. Capt. Silvester Salis- 

biUT, 349=. 
Morris, (lor. Lewis, 364'-. 
Lettei's to Sir diaries 'SA'ager, 

368". 

Petition to king I'oi- redress 

of grievances, 361*. 

Morse, J. & Parish, K. Com- 
pendious histoi-y of New England, 
311». 

Moss, Frank. American metropolis, 
409". 

Moulton, J. W. New York 110 years 
ago, 418-. 

View of New Orany-e, 418'. 

& Yates, J: V. N. State of 

New York, 315'', 325'. 

Mount Pleasant, 400". 

Mulford, H: D. Onondaga county 
centennial, 511°. 

Mulford, Samuel. MeiiKirlal of sev- 
eral grievances and oppressimis 
in colony of New York, 35.8". 

Representations a gainst gov- 
ernment of New Y(jrk, :!5S'. 

Mullany, .T: F. Pioneer church of 
state of New York, 393'. 

Muller, Frederik. Books relating to 
America, 299'. 

M'ulrenan, Patrick. Catholic church 
on I/ong Island, 441-. 

Munsell, Frank. Bibliogr:i|iliy of 
Albany, 299% 487° 

Munsell, .J. H. County of Schenec- 
tady, 499>. 

Munsell, Joel. Annals of Alliany, 
295^ 

Collections on history of 

Albany, 295". 

Historical series, 390^. 

Men and things in Albany 

two centuri(,'S ago, 491°. 



Murphy, II: C. lli'Ury Hudson in 
Holland, 320'. 

Lijst van slukken Ix'treff- 

ende Niew Nederland verschenen 
in Amerikaanselie mengelwerken, 
299'. 

Piracy of C;i]itain Kidd,o55°. 

Voyage of \'errazzano, ;'>1C'. 

Murray, David. Industrial and ma- 
terial progress illustraled in his- 
toi-y of Albany, 480". 

Murray, .Tames. New "^'ork, 350'. 
Murray, J: O. Popular history of 

catholic churcli in United States, 

393'. 
Murray, Joseph. Opinion relajting 

to courts of .iustice in colony of 

New York, 361', 381'. 
Myers, T. B. Jacob Leisler, 35.j°. 

Names, 388''-91=. 

Nanfan, .John, 350'-57'' 

Nash, S. P. Anncke Jans Bogardus, 

41.3°. 
Negro i-nce, 390'-4(>0-'. 
Negro i-iots in New Y'ork ci1y, 41.5", 

416', 410", 417', 418^ 410". 
Nelson. William. Administration of 

"\A'illiam Burnet, .'iOl'. 

Original d(iciimen,ts relating 

to "William Burnet, 301°- 

Netiierlands — Slates genei'al. Char- 
ter given to West India eumpany, 
320-. 

f!enera(4 octroy voor de 

ghene die eenighe nieuwe pas- 
sagien sullen ontdecken, .■!2<j'"'. 

Gov. Stuyvesant's coujimis- 



sion, 330'. 
Octroy verleent aende West- 



Indische compagnie J621, 320'. 
■ Order for West India com- 



pany concerning division of 
boundaries in New Netlierland, 
:i.39°. 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



541 



Neflu'i'liinds — States general. Or- 
cU-es iind articles granted by the 
states generael, 327'. 

Nevius, Joannes, 408^ 

New Anisterdaini, 412"-1.5"; burg'hers, 
415°; burgomasters, 413°, 414\ 
419'; Dutch governors, 330'; 
founder, 325^ 326' ; date of found- 
ing, 347°; magistrates, 413'; re- 
cords, 414"; schepens, 414', 419'; 
views, 292''. Sec also Ne^■^' York 
city. 

New England, brief relation of dis- 
covery and plantation, 3215". 

New England historical and genea- 
logical register, 296'. 

New England magazine, 296". 

New Haven colony historical so- 
ciety. Papers, 296". 

New Lots, -448". 

New Netherland, journal of, 337'. 

New Netherland and New Ply- 
mouth, correspondence between, 
33<y, 334'. 

New Netherlands, S21'-41=; ordi- 
nances, 339'. 

New Paltz, 480'. 

New Roehelle, 469'-70-. 

New Roehelle press almanac, 470'. 

New Utrecht, 449'. 

New Windsor, 473»-74'. 

New York city, 40(;*-39°; attorneys, 
427"; buildings, 420'--2.5=; charters, 
410', 410", 416», 418'; church re- 
cords, 42.o'-30'; commerce, 439'; 
council, 409=, 416", 417», 419=; de- 
scription, 430^-33°; directories, 
425°; Dutch period, 407", 412»- 
15'; English period, 415°-20'^ 
finances, 407', 411°; fire depart- 
ment, 433*; freemen, 415°, 426°; 
grants, 421', 423^; localities, 420'- 
25^^; maps, 414°, 415', 416'; marri- 
age licenses, 427"; mayors, 409^ 
4)10", 411^ 415', 418°, 419^ mer- 
chants, 430", 4.39°; negro riots. 



415°, 416', 416', 417', 418', 419°; 
ordinances, -107"; physiciaus, 407", 
427°; poor, 408'; population, 410', 
425°-30'; property. 433"; religious 
history, 433'-3'J'; residents. 425'- 
30'; schoolmasters, 427°; stamp 
act riot, 415\ 41r; streets. 421°, 
421°; tax lists, 427\ 430°. ,Sec also 
New Amsterdam. 
N.Y. (city) — Common council. Man- 
ual, 296°, 308°. 

Petition fur a new charter, 

1730, 418'. 

N. \'. (colony) — General assembly. 
Facsimile of laws and acts. 379°. 

Journal of votes and ijro- 

ceedings, 370". 

N. Y. (colony) — Legislative council. 

Journal, 370'. 
N. Y. (province) — Chief justice. 

Charge of James Dc Lancey, 36i\ 

365'. 

Opinion and argument con- 
cerning jurisdiction of supream 
court. 361'. 

N. Y. (province) — General assembly. 
Synopsis of principal acts relat- 
ing to Albany, 491°. 

N. y. (province) — ^Governor. Proc- 
lamation concerning Zenger pub- 
lications, 365'. 

N. Y. (state) — Colonial agency. Com- 
mittee on. Report, 301°. 

N. Y. (state) — ^Colonial history of 
the state, Committee on. Report 
of select committee on so much 
of governor's message as relates 
to colonial history of state, 302'. 

N. 1'. (state) — Comptroller. Reply 
in answer to resolution of senate 
in relation to expenses of colonial 
history, 302=. 

N. Y. (state; — Historian. Annual 
report, 342°. 

Muster rolls of a century, 

39r, .'09'. 



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N. Y. (staU'l — Historical recortls, 
Custodian of. (Jeneral statement 
of material contained in manu- 
scripts transferred lo state lib- 
rary, :n.i2'. 

Ki']>ort on historical docu- 
ments, ;_!02'. 

N. Y. (state) — Legislature. Act to 
provide for publishing certain 
documents relating to colonial 
history, 302\ 

Colonial laws of New York, ' 

381". 

Documents relative to colo- 
nial history of state, 20(;\312'. 

■ Laws, 302^ 



N. Y. (state) — Library. Annotated 
list of principal manuscripts in 
library, 302'. 

Annual reports, .302'. 

— Catalogue, 1S50, .302". 

Catalogue, 1856, 302'. 

Colonial records, 845^ 

Manuscripts added from 

1850-55, 302». 

Manuscripts in library, 302'. 

IManuscripts received from 



office of secretary of state, 302°. 
Supplementary list of mar- 



riage licenses, 387°. 

N. Y. (state) — N. Y. city charter, 
Commissions to amend. Charter 
of city of Nevi^ York, 410^ 

N. Y'. (state) — Niagara reservation. 
Commissioners of. Annual re- 
port, 298=,514*. 

N. Y. (state)— State, Secretary of, 
Books and papers in office, 303'. 

Calendar of historical man- 
uscripts, 303', 312". 

Calendar of Nevr York colo- 



nial manuscripts, 303". 

Catalogue of records, 303^. 

Communication from gover- 



nor and secretary of state in an- 



swer to resolution of asscm'bly, 

mz\ 

■ — (Jommuuication in answer to 

resolutions requiring information 
in relation to Documcniary his- 
tory, 303". 

C'innmunication in relation 



to manuscript ilocunicmtsconeern- 
ing colonial history, 303". 
Communication relative to 



historical manuscripts and rec- 
ords, 303'. 
Documentary history of 



state, 296', 313\ 
Persons for wnom marriage 



licenses were issued in province 
of New York previous to n8/f, 
387'. 
Report relative to printing 



Documenf:ary and colonial his- 
tory, 303". 

N. Y. (state) — University. Cata- 
logue of historical papers and 
parchments received from office 
of secretary of state and deposi- 
ted in state library, 304'. 

New York chamber of commerce. 
Centennial celebration, 439°. 

Charter and bylaws, 439'. 

Colonial records, 439". 

New York chronicle, 403°. 
New York civil list 1891, 296^ 
New York, Collegiate reformed 

church. Bicentenary of the char- 
ter, 437'. 

— Collegiate Dutch church pro- 
ceedings, 437\ 

■ Origin and organization of 

the reformed church in America 
and of the Collegiate church of 
New York city, 437°. 

New York, Eglise Frangoise. Regis- 
ter of births, marriages and 
deaths, 427". 

New York evening post, 403-. 



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543 



New York, First and Second 
Presbyterian churches. Records 
of marriages, -128-. 

New York, First presbyterian 
church. Record of hirtlis and 
baptisms, 428^. 

New York, Friends society. Record 
of society of friends of New York, 
428'. 

New York gazette, 402', 403°. 

New York gazette or weekly post- 
boy, 403'. 

New Y'ork genealogical and bio- 
graphical record, 296=, 386*. 

New York historical society. Col- 
lections, 296°. 

Commemoration of conquest 

of New Netherland, 345". 

Proceedings, 296'. 



New York journal or general adver- 
tiser, 403'. 

New York mercantile library. New 
York city in American revolution, 
415», 431^ 433^ 

New York mercury, 403". 

New York paequet, 403°. 

New York, Protestants. Petition 
to King William 3, 418°. 

New York public library. Bulletin, 
300\ 

New York, Reformed Dutch church. 
Baptisms, 429^. 

Record of births and bap- 
tisms, 429^ 

Record of marriages, 429*. 

Record of members, 429^. 

Records, 428", 437". 



New York state agricultui-al society. 
Transactions, 510^. 

New York state bar association. 
Proceedings, 337°- 

New York state medical society. 
Transactions, 404', 404^ 

New York, Trinity church. Bicen- 
tennial celebration, 437'. 

Charter, 437'. 



New Y'ork, Trinity church. Earliest 

marriages, 42i)\ 

Early records, 429». 

New York weekly journal, 402°. 
Ncwburgh, 474-. 
Newcastle, 469\ 
Newpaltz, 480\ 
Newspaper articles, 292°. 
Newspapers, 299°, 402°-4°. 
Newton, Capt. Bryan, 339°. 
Newtown, 4.53°. 
Niagara, 514=-15°. 
Niagara county, 514--15°. 
Niagara Falls, 298=. 
Nicholson, Sir Francis, 351'. 
NicoU, E: H. Early settlement of 

Long Island,441-. 
Nicoll, Henry. Suffolk county, 455-. 
NicoUs, Gov. Richard, 344•-46^ 
■ Answer to several queries 

relating to planters in America, 

345'. 
Nicolls charter, 410". 
NijhofC, J. A. Bijdragen voor Ned- 

erlandsche geshiedenis, 463". 
Niven, A. C. Centennial memorial 

of presbyterian church, Little 

Britain, 474'. 
Noble, Henry & Smart, J. S. Cen- 

fennial anniversary of Cambridge, 

496'. 
Norris, Isaac. Journal during a 

trip to Albany, 368". 
North, S. N. D. Constitutional de- 
velopment of colony of New York, 

379'. 
Newspaper and periodical 

press of United States, 299", 402°. 
North Castle, 470". 
North Hempstead — Town board. 

Records of North and South 

Hempstead, 451'. 
North Salem, 470". 
Northern New York, 507'-10°. 
Xorthfleld, 464". 



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NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



Northriip, A. J. SlnviTy in New 

York, 300'. 
Noxon, TlioiiiMS. < >l)Sfrvations upon 

I'Mi-son Caniplii'll's vindication, 

4:;7". 

Noyes, J. ( t. Dutch in New Am- 
sterdam, 434". 

O'Callaghan, E. B. Colony of 
Eenssclnerswyck, 484'. 

David .Jamison, .'i.^S'. 

Early liigbland iinniiji;i-ation 

to New York, 384». 

■ First stone house in Albany, 



4!)2-. 



Fi-ancis Harisou, SfKJ". 

Historical introduction, 070". 

Index to volumes 1, 2 and 3 

of translations of Dutch manu- 
scrijits in otiice of si'cretary of 
state, 304=. 

John Chambers, 360. 

Laws and ordinances of New 



Nethei-land, 382'. 

New Netherland. 324"-. 

New York colonial tracts. 



20 G'. 



38S>. 



New York marriage licenses. 



Origin of legislative . as- 
semblies in state of New YorK, 
380^. 

Register of New Nether- 



land, .382". 

Occasional reverberator, 404'. 

Ogden, .J. D. Pounders of New 
Y'ork, 324'. 

Ogilby, John. America, 343'. 

O'Gorman, Thomas. Roman catho- 
lic church in United States, 39.3'. 

Old New York, 200". 

Oldboy, Mr Felix, see Mines, J: F. 

Oldmixon, .John. Ba'itish emiJire in 
America, 313'. 

Gross Brittaniselies .Vmerica 

nach seiner ei-flndung, 313'. 



Ondeidonk, Henry, jr. Ancient 
agrieuKure, stuck raising and 
manu)'netni-es in Hempstead, 4."i2\ 

Annals of Hempstead, 452". 

Antiquities of parish church, 

Ilempstead, 452°. 

Antiquities of parish church 

of Jamaica, 453^ 

• Bibliography of Long Island, 

209', 441". 

Chureli and ministers at 



New Utrecht, 449'. 
First ]-eformed Dutch church 



of Jamaica, 453". 
Friends' meeting house at 

Flushing, 450'. 
Fi-iends' niec^ting house at 



Gravesend, 448*. 
Friends' meeting house at 



Oyster Bay, 454'. 
Ji^riends on Jjong Island and 

in New York, 397'. 
Historic and ante-revolution- 



ary churches of Ijong Island, 441*. 
• Old meeting houses of so- 



ciety of friends in city of New 
York, 423". 

Queens county in olden 

times, 440°. 

Wesdiui'y monthly meeting, 

452'. 

Oneida county, 506'-7^ 

Oneida historical society. Transac- 
tions, 296". 

O'Neill, D, P. St Raymond's church, 
Westchester, 471". 

Oneonta, 512'. 

Onondaga county, .")10'-12'. 

Ontario county, 513'-14=. 

Orange county, 472"-74°. 

Oraugetown, 475^ 

O'Reilly, Henry. Settlement In the 
west, 51 3^ 

Original documimt — Letter of board 
of nine men, accrediting delegates 
to Holland, 339". 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



545 



Oi-le.ins county, 513^-14-. 

Osborn, Sir Danvers, 375'. 

Osgood, H. L_ Proprietary prov- 
ince as a form of colonial govern- 
ment, 3801 

Ossluing, -170^, 

Ostrander. S. JI. Brooklyn and 
Kings county, 4461'. 

Oswego, fort, 512'. 

Oswego county, 510'-12'. 

Otsego county, 512*. 

Oud-Holland, 296". 

Oyst(n' bay, 454'. 

P, P. Letter from a gentleman in 
New York to friend in London, 
3(31°. 

Palatines, 474», 497=, 502'-5=. 

Palfrey, J: G. New Btigland, 313^ 

Palmer, Obadiah & others, com- 
plainants, vs Van Cortland & 
Phllipse, defendants. In Cancel- 
laria Novae Eborac, 469'. 

Palmer, P: S. Lake Champlain, 
509'. 

Parish, E. & Morse, J. Compendi- 
ous history of New England, 311°. 

Parker, A. .T. Landmarks of Al- 
bany county, 487'- 

Parker, Mrs P. J. (Marsh). Roches- 
ter, 513°. 

Parkinson, William. .Jubilee, 438'. 

Parkman, Francis. Champlain and 
his associates, 317°. 

France and England in 

North America, 317'- 

Historic handbook of the 



noi-thern tour, 509'. 
Pioneers of France in the 



new world, 317°. 
Parsons, 0: W. Bellomont and 

Rasle in J699, 355'. 
First mayor of New York 

city; Thomas Willett, 416". 
Parton, James. Capt. Henry Hud- 
^ son, 320=. 



Parton, James. Captain Kid, 355'. 

Colonial pioneers, 313°. 

Peter Stuyvesant, 339". 

Sir M'Mliam Johnson, 372". 

Pasko, W. ^V. Printing in New 

York, 401". 

Patroons, 388", 388'. 

Paulding, J. K. Affairs and men 
of New Amsterdam, 414'. 

Pearson, Jonathan. Adult free- 
holders who settled in Schenec- 
tady before nOO, 499*. 

■ Borouglh and city charter of 



Schenectady, 499". 
Burning of 



499^ 



Schenectady, 



Contributions for genealogies 

of descendants of 1st settlers of 
Schenectady, 386S 499". 

— Contributions for genealogies 



of 1st settlers of Albany, 487«. 
Contributions for genealogies 



of 1st settlers of ancient county 
of Albany, 386=, 487'. 
Contributions to history of 



ancient Dutch families of Albany, 
488'. 
Contributions to history of 



ancient Dutch families of New 
York, 386°. 

Diagrams of home lots of 

Beverwyck, 492". 

Division of lands purchased 

by Vnn Curler from the ilo- 
hawks, 499°. 

■ Extract from the doop^boek 

or baptismal register of reformed 
protestant Dutch church of Sche- 
nectady, 499'. 

Indian wars on the border, 



342". 



Introduction to Albany 

county records, 4SS-'. 
■ Key to names of persons 

occurring in early Dutcto records 

of Albany, 493'. 



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Pearson, Jonathaii. Ministers of re- 
formed protestant Dutch church 
of Sclienc'ctady, 0OO-. 

Old French war, 500=. 

■ Reformed protestant Dutch 

church of Schenectady, 499°. 

Schenectady, .jOO'. 

Schenectady patent, .''iW. 

& MacMurray, J. W. Forti- 



ficaliims and gari'isous, SOO". 

Indian trade, 500". 

• Reformed nether Dutch 



church, 500^ 

Pecli, W: F. Semi-centennial his- 
tory of Rochester, 513". 

Peirce, H: B,. & Durant, S: W. 
.Jefferson county, 507*. 

Pelliam, 470'. 

Pelletreau, W: S. Centennial cele- 
bration at Southampton, 460\ 

Early Long Island wills of 

Suffolli county, 455'. 

Early wills of Westchester 

county, 466'. 

East Hampton, 458''. 

■ — — — Indian deeds and documents 



relating to Southampton, 460". 

Philipse manor in the high- 
lands, 406'. 

Putnam county, 477'". 

Shelter island, 459". 

Southampton, 460'. 

Southold, 462=. 

& Freeman, A. S. Haver- 
straw, 475^ 

Pepper, Calvin. JIanor of Rensse- 
laerswyck, 485". 

Perkins, F: B. Check list for Amer- 
ican local history, 299°. 

Perry, W: S. American episcopal 
church, 394". 

Petty, J. H. Abstracts of Brook- 
haven, 456=. 

Philadelphia, Friends society. New 
York marriages, 388=. 



Philipse, Adolph & Van Cortland, 
defendants, vs Palmer & others, 
complainants. In C^ancellaria 
Novae Eborac, 469'. 

Pilgrim fathers, ^DCr, 300'. 

Pinckne.y, J. D. Reminiscences of 
Oatskill, 481". 

Pinkerton, John. General collection 
of voyagers, SV.f, 'Vi')'. 

Pitman, Henry. Relation of his 
great sufferings and strange ad- 
ventures, 34i8°-49=. 

Plantagenet, Beauchamp. Province 
of New Albion, 324^ 

Piatt, H: C. Old times in Hunting- 
ton, 459". 

Political history, 310''. 

Political science quarterly, 297'. 

Pollock, Allan. Trinity church and 
its graveyard, 438=. 

Pompey stone, 315°. 

Population, 385=. 

Port Richmond, Dutch reformed 
church. Ancient baptismal rec- 
ord of the early Dutch church, 
464'. 

Porter, A. H. Niagara, 515=. 

Porter, P: A. Champlain not Car- 
tier made fli'st reference to Niag- 
ara falls in literature, 515". 

Old Fort Niagara, 515". 

Post, J: J. Old streets, roads, lanes, 
piers, and wtiarves of New York, 
423°. 

Potter, H: C. Protestant episcopal 
church, 438". 

Poughkeepsie, 477=. 

Poundridge, 470*. 

Powell, L. P. Historic towns of the 
middle states, 406'. 

Poyer, Thomas. Register book for 
parish of Jamaica, 453". 

Pratt, D. J. Peter Wraxall, 372=. 

Prentice, W: R. New York state, 
30©'. 

Presbyterian church, aOij'fW'. 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONTAL HISTORY 



547 



Presliylea'ian church in the U. S. — 
General assembly. Iteeonls, :;il(i'. 

Press, freedom of, 360=-68=. 

Prime, B: Y. New York in 1110, 
433=. 

Prime, N. S. Long Island, 441'. 

Printing, 400'-2\ 

Proctor, L. B. Albany as a his- 
torical city, 490\ ■ 

Bench and bar of Albany 

county, 488". 

Bench and bar of Kings 

county, 444*. 

■ Historic memories of the old 



Schuyler mansion, 492'. 

Protestant episcopal historical so- 
ciety. Collections, 394'. 

Purchas, Samuel. Hakluytns post- 
humus; or, Purchase his pil- 
grimes. 320". 

Puritanism, 396=. 

Purple, E. R. Contributions to his- 
tory of ancient families of New 
York, 386'. 

Dutch aliases, 390°. 

Genealogical notes relating 



to Jacob Leisler, 354'. 
Notes of the Golden family, 



372^ 
Pui-ple, S: S. Bradford family, 401*. 

Dutch aliases, S&O". 

Putnam, Harrington. Brooklyn, 

446*. 

Origin of Brueckelen, 446'. 

Putnam, Ruth. Annetje Jans' farm, 

423^. 
, Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) 

& Royce, A. C. Historic New 

York, 295^ 408°. 
Putnam county, 477'. 

Quakers, 395', 396''-97^ 
Queen Anne's war, 354°-58°. 
Queens county, 449°-54*. 
QueensbuiT, 508°, 509'. 



Quinby, Josiah. Short history of a 

long journey, 359°. 
Quinlan, J. E. Sullivan county, 

480". 

Kamapo', 475'. 

Randall, S. S. State of Xew York, 
306'. 

Read, J: M., jr. Historical inquiry 
concerning Henry Hudson, 321'. 

Red Hook, 477=. 

Red sea men, 352'. 

Redfleld, A. A. Case of laesea ma- 
jestatis in New Amsterdam, 337'- 

English colonial polity and 

judicial administration, 382=. 

Reed, Newton. Amenia, 476*. 

Rees, O. van. Geschiedenis der 
nederlandsche volkplantigen In 
Noord-Amerika, 324°. 

Reeves, H: A. Commerce, naviga- 
tion and fisheries of Suffolk 
county, 455*. 

Reformed church, 397=-98=. 

Reformed church in America. Cen- 
tennial discourses, 383'. 

Reformed church in America — ^Gen- 
eral synod. Acts and proceedings, 
398". 

Reid, W. M. Ye history of St Ann's 
church in ye city of Amsterdam, 
505'. 

Relation de la prise des forts de 
Choueguen ou Oswego, 512^ 

Religious history, 392P-93-. 

Reminiscences of city of New York 
and vicinity, 410*. 

Rensselaer county, 482'-85''. 

Rensselaerswyck, 483''-85'. 

Representation of the lords commis- 
sioners for trade and plantations 
to the king, 359'. 

Review of the military operations 
in North America 1153-56, 374*. 

Reynolds, Cuj'ler. Relics of Rens- 
selaerswyck, 485=. 



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RcyiKilds, Sniimel. Wllliamsbm-gli, 

440'. 
Kliiiu'ili('<'k, 477". 
Ricbinond, J. F. Now York and its 

institiitious, 4]<i', 
liielimond r-cmuty. 4(12^-(U". 
Rikei-. James. Annals of Xewtown, 

4ri3-. 

Havlem, 423". 

Rivprhead, 4fjU\ 

Rivin.ston's Xew York sazelteer, 
4(>4'. 

Roberts, E. H: New York, 306°. 

Rocliester, 480', 513'. 

Roeklanrl connty, 474'-T."i". 

Rockwell, Charles. Cntskill moun- 
tains, 4S1\ 

Rorlenbougli. T. F. (;ovcrn(]r's Is- 
land, 423°. 

Rodm.Tn, E. M. St Peier's parish, 
rortlandt-town, 467". 

I'ocvcr. N. de. Kiliaen Van Rens- 
selaer en zi,ine kolonie Rensse- 
laerswi,]'ck, 485'. 

Rogers, E. P. Reformed protestant 
Dutch church of Albany, 405-. 

Roj;ers. Robert, 375'. 

(Jiincise nrcDiint of Norili 

America. 369^ 

Roosevelt, .Tacobus. "Will, 424'. 

Ro(]si'Ai'lt, Thcodoic. New York, 
41T- 

Roseoe, W: E. Sdioharie county, 
502". 

Rosendale, S. W. An early owner- 
ship of real estate in Alban.v, 
490". 

Ron, LcAvis, 434°, 43i;', 438". 

IMfficulties in the French 

protestant church, New Y'ork, 
4.3S'. 

Koynl Kciciety of Canada. Proceed- 
jiiss and transactions, 330'. 

Roycc, A. C, Goodwin, ^rrs Maud 
(Wildci-i & Putnam, Ruth. His 
toric Ni'AV York, 20.v. 4<iS=. 



ltulau<l, Peter & Smith vs Chiches- 
ter iV others. New Y'ork supreme 
court, 456'. 

Riipp. I. I). Collection of upwards 
of :!<l,()<l(i names, 470", 503', 504'. 

Nanie, aK<> and occupation of 

those wlio settled on lands on 
(,»uassiek creek, 504". 

Names and ages of heads of 

families in city of New Y'ork, 504''. 

Names and ages of male 

children apprenticed liy Gov. 
Hunter. 504'. 

Names of male palatines 

above 21 years old in Livingston 
manor, .j04". 

Names of males at New 



Rochelle in J7J0, 370'. 
Russell, AVilliaiu. Hai-per's New 

York class-book, :VHY. 
Rutteuber, E: M. County of 

Orange, 472". 

Indian tribes of Huilson 

river, 313". 

Native inhabitants of Man- 



hattan and its Indian antiquities, 
411=. 

Newburgh. 474'. 

Palatine parish by (^uassaig, 

504". 

I'l-oviucia] and revoluti(jnary 

military <irganizatious, 301'. 

& Clark, E: H. OrauKi- 

county. 473'. 

Rye, 470'. 

Sabin, .Joseph. 1 )ictionary of books 

relating to America, 300^. 
St John (ship), voyages, 400". 
St Lawrence county, .507^0". 
Salem (N. Y.) historical committee. 

Salem book, 496". 
Sanders, John. Centennial address 

relating to early history of Sche- 

iiei/tad.v. .5^10'-. 



I\DKX TO XKW VOKK COLONIAL HISTORY 



549 



Sauclford, Ij. H. Bogardus vs Triu- 
ily churcli, 438'. 

Saratoga county, 411."'. 

Savdemaun, .T. E. Peter Minuit, 
335*. 

Satterlee, H. L. Political history of 
province of New York, Mlo'. 

Sawyer, John_ Cherry Valley, .jlll". 

Scarsdale, 470". 

Schaeffer, C: W. Lutheran church 
in America, 395\ 

Schaets, Rev. Gideon, 495-. 

Schagen, P. Old Kutch letter re- 
lating to settlers in New Nether- 
lands, 330=. 

Original document, 414'. 

Schagliticoke, 4S3\ 

Scliarf, .J: T. Westchester county, 
406'. 

Schenck, P. L. The Zabriskie home- 
stead, 447^ 

Schenectady, burning of, 498', 499". 

Schenectady, First reformed church. 
200th anniversary, 500'. 

Schenectady county, 497'-501'. 

Schiffer, W. H. & Child, E. B. Brief 
history of Albany, 489'. 

Schoharie county, 501°-.5''. 

Schoolcraft. H: K. Comments on 
aboriginal names and geograph- 
ical terminology of state of New 
York, .390', 4(!5'. 

Schoonmaker, Marius. Kingston, 
479". 

Schuyler, .1/rs Catherine, 371', 371', 
371=. 

Schuyler, G: W. Colonial New 
York; Philip Schuyler and his 
family, 313^ 

Jacob Leisler, 3.14'. 

New Netherland and the 

patroons, 388'. 

State archives. 304'. 



Schuyler, Peter. Letter concerning 

destruction of Schenectady, 500°. 
. Massacre at Schenectady, 

500'. 
Schuyler, Philip, 305», 313', 370=, 

371*, 371'. 
Schuyler county, 513'-14-. 
Scisco, L. D. Burgher guard of 

New Amsterdam, 414'. 

Garrison of Fort Amster- 
dam, 324", 414\ 

Rural militia of New Xeth- 



Schuyler, John. Journal of expe- 
dition to Canada and Fort La 
Prairie, 352^ 



erland, 392'. 
Scott, 0. Indian forts of li'iO.I. 478". 

Origin and meaning of word 

Shawangunk, 478". 

Scott, G: G. Saratoga county. 495". 

Scott, John, 440=. 

Scudder, H: J. Formation of civil 

government of Suffolk county, 

45.T'. 
Sedgwick, Theodore. Memoir of 

"William Livingston, 377=. 

Robert Livingston, 4S2-. 

Selyns, Henry. Church members 

and their residences in J6SG. 384'. 

Members of Dutch church 

in New Y'ork city, 43<)\ 

Seneca Indians, 5il3'. 

Sentiments of a principal free- 
holder, 362'. 

Settlers, 383'-S4^ 

Seward, AY: H: & Campbell, W: W. 
Centennial celebration at Cherry 
Valley. .-il2=. 

Seymour, C: C. B. Jacob Leisler, 
354=. 

Self-made men. 3."i4'. 

Seymour, Horatio. Influence of 

New I'ork on American .iurispru- 
dence, 3S2=. 

Lecture on topography and 

history of New York, 306". 

Shannon, J. City of New I'ork 
1753-4, 419'. 



550 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



Sharpe, Rci\ John. Proposals for 
erecting a school, library and 
chapel at New York, 419^ 438". 

• Sermon at funeral of the Et 

Hon. Katherine Lady Gornbury, 
357'. 

— Surrender of New York to 



Dutch, 346=. 
Shea, J: G. Catholic church in 
United States, 398°. 

Early New York history 

from Canadian sources, 352". 

Introduction to Colden's 



History of the five Indian na- 
tions, 372°. 
New York negro plot of 



ITJfl, 419°. 

Shelter island, 459'. 

Shirley, 372°. 

Simms, J. R. Frontiersmen of New 
York, 502^ 

■ Schoharie county and bor- 
der wars of New York, 502°. 

Simpson, Henry. Lives of eminent 
Philadelphians, 401°. 

William Bradford, 401°. 

Skeel, Adelaide. Newburgh, 474°. 
Slafter, E. F. Champlain, 317'. 
Slavery, 390^-400=. 

Sleepy Hollow, 467''-68°. 
Sluyter, Peter &- Bankers, Jasper. 
Journal, 1680, 493\ 

Journal of a voyage to New 

York, .347°- 

Smart, J. S. & Noble, Henry. Cen- 
tennial anniversary of Cam- 
bridge, 496'. 

Smiles, Samuel. Huguenots, 383'. 

Smith, E: M. Documentary history 
of Rhinebeck, 477*. 

Smith, G: T. Poundridge, 470". 

Smith, G: W. The royal grant, 
497°. 

Smith, H. E. Huguenots of New 
Rochelle, 470^. 



Smith, H. P. Essex county, 509'. 

Churchill, J: 0. & Child, W. 

S. Landmarks of Oswego county, 
511'. 

Smith, J. C. St George's parish, 
Flushing, 450°. 

Smith, J. H. Duchess county, 476^ 

Smith, J. L. Smithtown, 459°. 

Smith, P. H: Duchess county, 476°. 

Smith, W. C. Roger Morris house, 
424\ 

Smith. W. H. & Ruland vs Chiches- 
ter & others. New York supreme 
court, 456'. 

Smith, William, 359°, 370°. 

Histoire de la Nouvelle- 

York, 314'. 

Date province of New York, 

314". 

New York, 314=. 

■ Opinion concerning estab- 
lishment of courts of justice, 
362", 38?. 

Province of New York, 314°. 

Rule of Jacob Leisler and 



his fate, 354°. 

& Alexander, James. Argu- 
ments of council in suit against 
Rip Van Dam, 362°. 

Complaint to committee of 

general assembly, 364*. 

& Colden, Cadwallader. 

Correspondence, 310°. 

Smith, W: H: Pelham papers, 512°. 

Smithtown, 459°. 

Society for preservation of scenic 

and historic places and objects. 

Annual report, 297', 508". 
Society for promotion of useful 

arts. Transactions, 385°. 
Society for the propagation of the 

gospel in foreign parts. Extracts 

from records, 442-. 
Society of colonial wars — New York 

state society. Battle of Lake 

George, 509°. 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



551 



Somers, 470°. 

Songs upon election of new magis- 
trates for this city, 365^ 

Southampton, 460'-6r. 

Southeast, 477'. 

Southern central New York, 512''. 

Southold, 461'-62«. 

Sparks, Jarecl. Library of Amer- 
ican biography, 319\ 

Spence, Irving. Letters on early 
history of presbyterian church in 
America, 438°. 

Sprague, E: P. Presbyterian 
church in Salem, 40(j^ 

Sprague, W: B. Annals of Ameri- 
can pulpit, 392». 

Springer, A. O. Albany's bicenten- 
nial, 490^. 

Stamp act riot in New York city, 
415», 417=- 

Stanton, Rev. H. C. Origin and 
growth of presbyterianism in 
Albany, 495". 

Stanwood, J. R. Direct ancestry of 
Jacob Wendell, 324'. 

Events incident to settle- 
ment of province of Nctv Nether- 
land, 324'. 

Stark, Caleb. Memoirs and oflScial 

correspondence of Gen. John 

Stark, 374'. 
Stark, John, 374». 
Staten Island, 462'-64=. 
Stebbins, Calvin. Edmund Burke, 

377'. 
Steenwyck, Cornells, 415'. 
Steiner, B. C. Andrew Hamilton 

and John Peter Zenger, 365°. 
Stephenson, John. The Bowery 

under English rule, 424-. 
Steuben county, 513'-14^ 
Stevens, J: A. English in New 

York, 343'. 

Life in New York at close of 

the colonial period, 433^ 



Stevens, J: A. Old New York 

coffee-houses, 433°. 
■ Old New York taverns, 433". 

Part of New York in the 

stamp act troubles, 377'. 

Second non-importation agree- 
ment, 377»- 

Sources of information rela- 



tive to English in New York, 300'. 
Stamp act in New York, 



377°. 
Stevens, J: A., jr. Colonial New 

York, 372". 
■ — Commercial history of city 

of New York, 439^ 
Merchants of New York, 



439». 

Stevenson, T. B. Pere Jogues, 336'. 

Stewart, A. T. Historical dis- 
course, Tarrytown, 468^ 

Stickney, 0: E. The Minisink re- 
gion, 473". 

Stiles, Ezra. ReUgious liherty in 
colony of New York, ms, 39S\ 

Stiles, PI: R. Brooklyn, 446», 447'. 

'■ Brooklyn ferry and ferry 

rights, 446'. 

Civil, political, professional 

and ecclesiastical history of 
Kings county and Brooklyn, 446°. 

■ Ecclesiastical history of 



Kings county, 444°. 
Graveyards of Long Island, 

455°. 
StlUwell, W: H. Coney Island, 448°. 
■ Reformed protestant Dntch 

church of Gravesend, 448''. 
Stilwell, B: M. Early memoirs of 

the Stilwell family, 3.33*, 414°. 
Stitt, C. H. Huguenot church and 

settlement at New Paltz. 480°. 
Stockwell, A. P. Gravesend, old 

and new, 448°. 
Stone, W: L. Administration of 

Lord Cornbury, 357'_ 



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NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



Stone, 'SV: L. Adminstration of 
Sir Edmund Andros. 350". 

Centennial history of New 

York city, 411". 

• Colonial newspaper press, 

401". 
■ Early newspaper press of 

Boston and New York, 4iil", 

Life and times of Sir Will- 



iam Johnson. 372". 

Xew Y'ork oily, 411'. 

Newspapers and maga- 
zines, 401'. 

Reminiscences of Saratoga 



and Ballston, 49-5". 
Stony Point, 47.-i=. 
Street. A. B. Glimpses of early 

history of .VH>any, 4901 
Street, C. E: Huntington, 4.!i9'. 
Strong, R. G. Flatbush, 447*. 
Strong, T: M. Flatbush, 447'- 
Studies in history, ecduomics and 

liublic law, 297' 
Stuyvesant, .l/r.-f .Judith. Will, 340=. 
Stuyvesant, c/oc Peter, 337'-4r, 41.3=, 

440-. 

Answer to observations of 

West India, company on his Re- 
port on the surrender of New 
Netherland to English, 340". 

Journey to Esopus, 340*. 

Letters to Gov. John Win- 



throp, .340^ 
• Report on causes which led 

to surrender of New Netherland 

to English, .340=. 
Suitolk county, 4."p4*-n2\ 
Sullivan county, 480^, 512^ 
Susquehanna river, 512'. 
Sutphen, D: S. Historical discourse 

at 200th anniversary of reformed 

Dutch church of New Utreclit, 

449°. 
Swart, Gerrit. 4S.">=. 



Sylvester. N. B. Northern New 
York and Adirondack wilderness, 
507^ 

Rensselaer count.v, 482'. 

Saratoga and Kay-ail-ros- 

se-ra, 495'. 

Saratoga county, 495'. 

lister county, 478'. 

Sj'lvester famil3% 459\ 

T. Cruise with Kidd, 355\ 

Talbot, Rev. John. 394". 

Talcott, S. A'. New Y'ork and New 
England families, 3SG». 

Tappan. Reformed church. Bap- 
tisms, 475". 

Tappan, Second reformed church. 
Baptisms, 47.5'. 

Tarrytown, 467''-68=. 

Taylor, G. Voyage to N(jrth Amer- 
ica, 369°. 

Tenney, Jonathan. County of Al- 
bany, 488'. 

Manor and the Van Rens- 

selaers, 485'. 

New England in Albany, 

493=. 

• Population in Albany county, 

488". 

& Howell, G: E. Bicenten- 
nial history of Albany, 486°. 

County of Schenectady, 498'. 

Terhune, Mrs JI,. V (Hawes). John- 
son Hall, Johnstown, 506\ 

Jumel mansion, 424". 

More colonial homesteads, 



297 



Oak Hill, upon the Living- 
ston manor, 482^ 

Philipse manor-house, 471°. 

Scotia, the Glen-Sanders 



house, Schenectady, 501'. 
1 Some colonial homesteads, 

207' 
Two Schuyler homesteads, 

492'. 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



553 



Terhune, Mrs M.. V. (Hawes), 
Van Cortlandt manor-house, 
467'- 

Terry, Roderick, & White, F: C. 
South church reformecl of New 
Yorls city, 439=. 

Thomas, Isaiah. Printing in Amer- 
ica, 401". 402". 

Thompson, B: F. Battle of Ticon- 
deroga, 509'. 

■ — Indian names of Long Is- 
land, 390^. 

Long Island, 442^ 

Thompson, Edward. New York in 

1756, 370S 419°. 
Thompson, J: B. Palatines in 

Ulster county, 504°. 
Thompson, R, B. Presbyterian 

churches in United States, 396*. 
Thompson, Samuel. Diary, 374°. 
Thurman, John, jr. Extracts from 

letter-books, 372'. 
Thurston, E. P. Greenwich, 496". 
Thwaites, R. G. The colonies, U92- 

1750, 314^ 
Ticonderoga, 508°, 509'. 
Tienhoven, Cornells van. Brief 

statement or answer to written 

remonstrance laid by Adriaen 

van der Donck before the states 

general, 333'. 

Information relative to tak- 
ing up land in New Netherland, 
340=. 

Tiffany, 0: C. Protestant episcopal 
church in United States, 394'. 

Tillou, F. R. Trinity church yard, 
424*. 

Tioga county, 510'-12^ 

Tiononderoga, 505°. 

Todd, C: B. Benjamin Fletcher and 
the rise of piracy, 352°. 

Capt. William Kidd, 356\ 

Robert Hunter and the set- 
tlement of the palatines, 358°, 
504". 



Todd, C: B. Story of city of New 
York, 411°. 

Story of the palatines, 504°. 

Todd, J: A. Greenburgh, 4GS=. 

Mount Pleasant, 469^. 

Toll, D. .7. Narrative of Schenec- 
tady, 50r. 

Tompkins county, 510M2'. 

Tooker, W: W. Analysis of claims 
of Southold for priority of set- 
tlement over Southampton, 461'. 

Indian place-names in East 

Hamptontown, 390°, 458=. 

• Some Indian names of places 

on Long Island, 391\ 442^ 

Torrey, J. Discovery and occupa- 
tion of Lake Ohamplain, 510'. 

Townshend, C: H. Long Island 
sound and its approaches, 442°. 

Trade and manufactures, 342°, 405'. 

Trading companies, 325°-27*. 

Trask, Spencer. Bowling green, 
424'. 

Troy, 483=. 

Trumbull, J. H. Indian names on 
Long Island derived from escu- 
lent roots, 391", 442°. 

Trusdell, William, 363°. 

Tryon, Gov. William. Report on 
state of province of New York, 
378'. 

Tuckerman, Bayard. Peter Stuy- 
vesant, 340". 

Turner, C. R. Annals of St John's 
church, Huntington, 459". 

Turner, Orsamais. Pioneer history 
of Holland purchase, 514'. 

Pioneer settlement of Phelps 

and Gorham's purchase and Mor- 
ris' reserve, 513'. 

Tysen, R. M. Lecture on Staten 
Island, 464'. 

Ulster county, 301°. 477°-80'. 
Ulster historical society. Collec- 
tions, 297'- 
Ilry, John, trial, 417°. 



554 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 



Vail, H: H. Some records of French 

and Indian war, 392\ 
Valentine, D: T: Broadway, 424'. 

Caleb Heathcote, 419». 

■ City of New York, 411', 419'. 

Gornelis Steenwyck, 415'. 

Dominie Bogardus, 439^. 

Extracts from earliest news- 
papers of New York city, 368'. 

Financial history of city of 

Xew York, 411=. 

First estaWisliment of vil- 



lage of Harlem, 424°. 

Fort in New York, 424'. 

— — Indian wars in and about 



New Amsterdam, 333°. 
Law and lawyers in New 

Amsterdam, 415°. 
— - — Notable women of olden 



times, ^24^ 

Notices of marriages in New 

York city in times of the Dutch, 
43(f. 

Original grants of village 

plots 'below Wall street, 424°. 

Principal public men in city 



of New York, 4.30'. 
Public improvements in New 

York city previous to revolution, 

424". 
Slaves and slave trade in 



New Amsterdam, 400'. 

Wall street, 424°. 

Van Cortland, Jacobus & Philipse, 
defendants, vs Palmer & others, 
complainants. In Cancellaria No- 
vae Bborac, 4S9'. 

Van Cortlandt, O. S., journal, 332», 
339=. 

Van Curler, see Curler. 

Van Dam, Rip, 360°, 361°, 362^ 362°, 
3f>4=. 

■ Copy of letter to members 

of general assemblj', 363*. 

Heads of articles of com- 



Van Gieson, A. P. First reformed 
churcih at Poughkeepsie, 477=. 

Historical address, Fishkill, 

477'. 

Van Pelt, Daniel. Antecedents of 
New Netherland and Dutch West 
India company, 327=. 

Dutch West India company 

the founders of Manhattan colony, 
327=. 

■ Leslie's history of the greatei 

New York, 411». 

New York city under Gov. 



Montgomerie, 363', 420'. 
Pictures of early church life 



in New York city, 439=. 
Were the Dutch on Man- 



plaint against Gov. Cosby, 363" 



hattan Island in 1598, 316=. 

Van Eensselaer, Catharine, 308°. 

Van Eensselaer, Cortlandt. His- 
torical discourse on centennial 
celebration of battle of Lake 
George, 510=. 

Van Eensselaer, Johan. Commis- 
sion of Gerrit Swart, 486". 

Van Rensselaer, Killiaen, 4'83',485=. 

Van Rensselaer, Mrs M. D. Goede 
vrouw of Mana-ha-ta at home 
and in society, 308=. 

Van Rensselaers of the 

manor of Rensselaerswyck, 485°. 

Van Rensselaer, Maunsell. Mem- 
oir of French and Indian expedi- 
tion against province of New 
York, 50r. 

Our ancient landmarks, 492*. 

Van Eensselaer, j\[rs Sarah, An- 
cestral sketches, 349^ 412', 483°. 

Bayards of New York, 412'. 

Growth of city of New York 

from 1626, 412=. 

Nicholas Bayard and his 

times, 349'. 

Van Rensselaer, Mrs Schuyler. 
Mother city of Greater New York, 
415=. 



INDEX TO NEW YORK COLONIAL HISTORY 



555 



Vau Rensselaer, Stephen, 483^ 
Van Eensselaer manor, 483°-85°. 
Van RuyYen, Cornelius, iourual, 

382', 389=. 
Van Sliaack, H: C. Peter Van 

Scliaack, 378°. 
Van Schaack, Peter, 378-. 
Van Slyke, J. G. Reformed church 

of Jamaica, 453". 
Van T wilier, Walter, 334% 33&. 
Vanderbilt, Mrs G. L. (LefCerts). 

Reformed church, Flatbush, 447°. 

Social history of Flatbush, 

447". 

Vennema, Ame. Reformed church 

of New Paltz, 480". 
Ver Planck, W: B. Old Dutch 

houses on the Hudson, 465°, 476". 
Verheerllckte Nederland, 330". 
Vermilye, A. G. Earl of Bellomont 

and suppression of piracy, 356\ 

■ Francis Lovelace, 346". 

Huguenot element among 

the Dutch, 3'83». 

L-eisler troubles in 1689, 

364^ 

Mingling of Huguenot and 

Dutch in early New York, 383''. 

Periodof the Leisler troubles. 



354°. 



Pro- 



Vermont ■ historical society 
cecdings, SIO-'. 

Verrazano, John de. Relation of 
land by him discovered, 316". 

Verrezano's voyage, 316^ 316*. 

Versteeg, D. Dutch West India 
company manuscripts, 304*. 

Vesey, Rev. William, 436*, 438'. 

Viele, E. L. Knickerbockers of New 
York, 488*. 

Villard, O. G. Wall street, 425*. 

Vries, D. P. de. De Vries in Al- 
bany, 493". 

Extracts from voyages, 333'. 

Korte historiael, 333'. 

■ — Voyages from Holland to 

America, 334*. 



Wadsworth, Benjamin. Journal, 

493". 
Wager, D. E. Forts Stanwix and 

Bull and other forts at Rome, 

507". 
Waldman, W: W. Huguenots of 

Westchester and parish of Ford- 
ham, 384*. 
Walker, J. B. Robert Rogers, the 

ranger, 375*. 
Wallace, J: W: Address at 200th 

birthday of William Bradford, 

402*. 
Waller, H: D. Flushing, 450". 
Walton, J. S. Conrad Weiser, 504". 
Walworth, E. H. Saratoga, 495'. 
Warden, D: B. Chronologie his- 

torique de I'Amerique, 314". 
Waring, G: E., jr & Hill, G: E. Old 

wells and water courses of island 

of Manhattan, 421". 
Warren, Mrs M. S. First settlers 

of Mohawk valley, 497' 
Warren county, 508*-10". 
Washington county, 496*, 508*-lO". 
Wassenaer, Nicolaes van. Descrip- 
tion and first settlement of New 

Netherland, 327*. 

Historisch verhael alder 

ghedenckweerdichste gvschied- 
nisse die in Europa 1621-32 
voorgevallen syn, 325*. 

Waters, I: S. Extracts from records 
of reformed Dutch church of 
Newtown, 458". 

Watson, J: F. Annals and occur- 
rences of New York city and 
state In the olden time, 306", 315*. 

Annals of Philadelphia, 412*. 

Early settlement and inci- 
dents at Brooklyn and Long 
Island, 442". 

First colonists, 325". 

First settlement of Albany, 



490". 



First settlement of city of 



New York, 415". 



556 



NEW YORK STATE LrBRAR^■ 



Watson, J: F. First setdrment of 
Schenectady, 501*. 

Historic tales of olden time 

conci'i-niug Xew York cily and 
state. Haff". 31."r, 412^ 

Planners and cnstonis in co- 



lonial times, 308". 

New York city. 4]2\ 

Olden time, 412\ 

Original exploration of the 

country, 321'. 

I'l'esentation of freedom of 



city of New York to Andrew 

Hamilton. 3'r>.">'^ 
Watscju. W. C. General view and 

a,i;ricnltural survey of county of 

Essex, r,W\ 
Jlilitary and civil history of 

county of Essex, 510". 

r»ccupation of Chjimplain 

valley, ."iOT", 510*. 

The Philipse family, 4fi6". 

Pioneer history of CUampIain 



valley. 510^ 
Wayne county, 513*-14=. 
^Yebster, Richard. Presliyterian 

church in America. 396'. 
Weise. A. .T. Albany, 490*. 
Discoveries of America to 

J.-,2.-K 316^ 
Historv of 17 towns of Rens- 



selaer county. 482*. 

Lansingiburgh. 4.^2". 

Troy. 488=. 

Trov's KX) years, 483*. 



Weiser, C. Z. Life of (John) Con- 
rad M'eiser, 505'. 

Weiser. Conrad, .5<)2'. .503'. 504», 505*. 

Copy of family register in 

handwriting of Conrad Weiser, 
505*. 

West India company, 292°, 304*, 
321', :;25''. 326*, 330', 327-, 334', 
335^-30^ 337-. 419'. 

Commissions of A'ici'-direc- 

tor Dinclage and H. van Dyck, 

'J '.IT 6 



West India company. Instructions 
to director and council of Xew 
Xetherland, 337°. 

West Indische compagnie. Arti- 
culen beraemt by bewinthebbereri 
van de compagnie, 834", 336*. 

Charter of liberties and ex- 
emptions of 1(;2!). 335°. 

Freedoms and exemptions 



granted to all those who will 
plant colonies in New Nether- 
land. 334' 
Naeder klagh-vertoogh aende 



staten generael, Avegens de AYest- 
Indische compagnie ter sake van- 
de (jnwetteli.ike proceduren der 
Engelsche in Nieu Nederlaut, 
340'. 

Remonstrantie van de aende 

staten generael <]ver tyrannye 
door de Engelsche in Nieuw- 
Nederlant, 341'. 

Reply to Answer of Peter 

Stuyvesant. .341". 

Vryheden l)y de vei-gader- 



inghe van de ne.genthiene vergunt 
aen alien die colenien in Nieuw- 
Nederlandt sullen planten. 335". 

Westbrook, F: E: 20»th anni- 
versary of erection of building 
occupied as the senate house at 
Esopus, 470'. 

Westbury. Friends' society. Record 
of births, 4.52*. 

Westchester, 471'. 

AYestchester counly, 405°- 72'. 

Western New Y'ork. 513'-]4^ 

Westfleld. 404'. 

Wharton, A. H. Colonial days and 
dames, 308". 

Wheeler, M. T. Contribution to 
bibliography of literature relat- 
ing to Hudson river, 465'. 

AA'heelwright, Timothy, pseud. Let- 
ter from brother tradesmen, 364'. 



INDEX TO XEW VORK C()Lf)^'l.\L IDS'I'ORV 



557 



Wliitaker, Epher. Koimders of 
SonthoUl, 4(;2'. 

Growth of Suffolk county, 

455'. 

Southold. ■mi'. 

"White, F: C. cfc Terry, Roderick. 

Soutli ciiureh reformed, of New 

York city, 439=. 
White Plains, 471'. 
AVhitehead, W: A. Billopp house, 

Staten Island, 464«. 

Staten Island and the New 

.lersey boundary, 464*. 

Whitnioi-e, W: H. Andres tracts, 
350*, SOO". 

ilanors of New York and 

their lords, 388'. 

Sir Edmund Andros, 350*. 

■Wlghtman, C: S. Baiitist church 

of Oyster bay, 454*. 
AYild'n'yck, .see Kingston. 
AYiley, S: T. & Gamer, W. S. Cy- 
clopedia of Niagara county, 51.5''. 
Willard. F. H. & Hardin, G: A. 

'Herkimer county. 506°. 
AYillers. Diedrich. jr. Land titles 

in New York city, 425^ 
Willes, J. Case of Lewis Morris, 

.364". 
AYillett. Thomas, 415^ 418". 
Williams, G: W. Nesro race in 

America. 400". 
Williams, Thomas. Campaigns 

against Crown Point, 510°. 
Williamsburg, 444'-47'. 
Wills, 387'-8S=. 

Wilmere, Alice. Champlain, 317"* 
Wilson, J. G. Arent van Curler, 

336°. 
■ Centennial history of protes- 

tant episcopal church in diocese 

of New York, 394«. 

Explorations of North Ameri- 



can coast previous to voyage of 
Henry Hudson, 316°. 



Wilscm, .L (J. llcury Hudson's 
voyage, 321*. 

Lc)nl Lovelace and the 

second Canadian campaign, 3."! 7" 

Memorial history of city of 

New York, 31. I', 321*, 412*. 

Old New York. 412'. 

Peter Minuit and Walter 



van Twiller, .334', 336", 336'. 
Sir Dauvers Osborn and Sir 



Charles Hardy, 376'. 
Wilson, W. S. Staten Island, 4(;4^ 
Wiltwyck, KBc Kingston. 
AYinslow, F. E. Trinity church, 

439°. 
Wiuslow, Gcii. .John. Letter to the 

earl of Halifax, 375-. 
Winsor, Justin. Archives of New 

York, 304=. 

Cartier to Fronteuae, 317', 

351^ 

Champlain, 317". 

Uenonville and Dongan, 351-. 

Father Louis Hennepin and 

his real or disputed discoveries, 
316'. 

Winthrop, B: R. Old New York, 

412°, 425=. 
Withrow, W. H. Adventures of 

Isaac Jogues, S. J., 330*. 
Wlttmeyer, A. V. Huguenots in 

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Wolf, E. J. Lutherans in America, 

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tlement of Westchester county, 

467*. 
A'S^ood, Silas. Claim of Huntington 

to Cap-Tree island. Oak island 

and Grass island, 459*. 

First settlement of towns 

on Long Island, 442'. 

— Geography of Huntington, 



4.50°. 



Huntington, 459°. 



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Woodbridge,^ Sylvester, jr. Histori- 
cal discourse at dedication of 
Christ's 1st church chapel in Ray- 
nor South, Hempstead, 452°. 

WoodhuU, Nathaniel. Journal, 375». 

Wooley, Charles. Two years jour- 
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Word in season, 364". 

Wraxall, Peter, 372"-. 

Wyclioff, R. JI. Early medicine in 
New York, 404». 

Wyoming county, 513'-14=. 



Yates, J: V. N. & Moulton, J. W. 
State of New York, 315=, 325*. 

Ya*es county, 513'-14°. 

Yonkers. 471'. 

York, duke of, commission to 
NicoUs, 345°; present to the com- 
mon council of New York, 416°. 

Yorktown, '472^ 

Young, A. W. Chautauqua county, 
5-15'. 

Zabriskie, F. N. Reformed P. D. 

church of Claverack, 482*. 
Zenger, J: P: trial of, 364*-68^ 



NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

Bibliography bulletins. This series is mostly selected from original bibUogra- 
phies presented by the library school students as a cpndition of graduation. , The library 
is glad to receive suggestions of subjects on which bibliographies or reading lists are 
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I Guide to the study of James Abbott McNeill Whistler, i6p. 

. May 1895. Out of print. 
2-4 Colonial New England ; Travel in North America ; History of the 

17th century. Sop. July 1897. Price 1.0 cents. 
S Selection of reference books for use of cataloguers in finding full 

names. 22p. Jan. 1898. New edition in preparation, 
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cents. 
9-1 1 Netherlands; Renaissance art of isth and 1 6th centuries; 

History of latter half of 15th century. i28p. Ap. 1898. Price 

15 cents. 

12 Best books of 1897. 28p. ' June 1898, Price 5 cents. 

13 Fairy tales for children. 3op. June 1898. Price 5 cents. 

14 Index to subject bibliographies in library bulletins to Dec. 31, 1897. 

62p. Aug. 1898. Price lo cents. 
15-17 Russia; Nature study in primary schools; Biography of musi- 
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18 Best books of 1898. 28p. May 1899. Price 5 cents. 

19 College libraries in the United States. 52p. Dec. 1899. Price 10 

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22 Domestic economy. i44p. Jan. 190 1. IHce 20 cents. 

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25 China and the far east. In press. 

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012 Phillips Brooks. G: W. C. Stockwell, '95 

012 Hawthorne. N. E. Browne, '89 

012 Ben Jonson. Mrs Mary (Wellman) Loomis, '90 

012 Charles Kingsley. E. E.. Burdick, '90 

012 Poems on Lincoln, Grant,Sherman and Sheridan. M.. L..Sutliif,'93, 

012 John Lothrop Motley. M.. E. Robbins, '92 

012 Robert Louis Stevenson. E. S. Wilson, '98 

012 Charles Sumner. H. W. Denio, '94 

012 Bayard Taylor. W: S. Burns, '91 

012 John Wesley, E.- L.. Foote, '92 

013 Members of the A. L. A. H.. C. Silliman, '95 
016,0285 Lists of books for children.- J. Y. Middleton, '91 
016.2217 Higher criticism of the Old testament: select. Rev. 

W: R. Eastman, '92 
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016.27 Church history : reading list. Elizabeth Harvey, '90 

016.28 Religious denominations of the United States : select. 

G: F. Bowermanj '95 

Published by Cathedral library association. N. Y. 1896. Price 75c. 

016.33185 Clubs for boys and working girls. J. D. Fellows, '97 



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016.33622 Single tax. Ethel Garvin, '98 

To be printed as New York state library bibliography bulletin. 

016.339 Tramps and vagrants. L. D. Waterman, '97 . 

016.352073 Municipal government. M.. L. Jones, '92; J. A. Rath- 
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016.36 Scientific study of philanthropy. I. E. Lord, '97 

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016.361 New philanthropy: reading list. H.. G. Sheldon, '93 

016.3722 Frobel and the kindergarten. Aim^e Guggenheimer, '99 

To be printed as New York state library bibliography bulletin. 

016.376 Education of women. M.. E.. Hawley, '93 

016.37813 Consolidated index to university extension periodicals. 

Myrtilla Avery, '95 
016.3982 English works on King Arthur and the Round Table. 

F. R. Curtis, '96 
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016.7266 Some famous cathedrals: reading list. Mrs L. M. 

(Sutermeister) Delap, '90 
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016.77 Photography, 1880-98. E. A. Browii, '98 

016.792 Greek and Latin plays produced by schools, colleges and 

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016.796 Cycling. Mrs Louise (Langworthy) Gage, '97 
016.799 Angling, 1883-93. Henrietta Church, '93. 
016.81 1 Minor American poetry, 1860-97 '■ select. B. S. Smith, '97 

016.82 English' literature of later 18th century: select. M.. C. 

Swayze, '89 
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016.907 Study and teaching of history. J. I. Wyer jr, '98- 

Printed in annual report of American historical association, 1899, i : 561- 
612, ■ ^ 

016.91 Graded list of history and travel prepared in the Lincoln 

(Neb.) public library for the use of the Lincoln public 
schools. E. D. Bullock, '94 
016.914 Books to read before going to Europe: reading list. 
S.. W. Cattell, '90 

Printed in Book news^ July iSqo, 8: ags-QS- 

016.916 English and American explorations in Africa since 1824: 

reading list. H.. W. Rice, '93 
016.91747 Literature relating to the Hudson river. M.T.Wheeler,'9i 
016.9174753 Adirondack mountains. C. A. Sherrill, '98 

To be printed by New York state forestry commission, 

016.9178 Travels west of the Mississippi prior to 1855; a partial 
bibliography of printed personal narratives. K. L. 
Sharp, '92 

016.92 200 books in biography for popular library: select. 

Mabel Temple, '90 
016.9207 Josephine and the women of her time. Mary EUis, '92 
016.94144 Edinburgh : reading list. W. G. Forsyth, '93 
016.9737478 Missouri in the civil war. B. E. Rombauer, '99 
016,9752 Maryland; colonial and revolutionary history. W.I. 

Bullock, '92 
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B. R. Macky, '92; J. L. Christman, '93; C. S. Hawes, '94; 

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